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Post Completion Considerations The final in a series of articles on the delivery of BMCSs to our clients.
Commissioning The fifth in a series of articles on the delivery of BMCSs to our clients.
The Construction Process The fourth in a series of articles on the delivery of BMCSs to our clients.
Tendering a BMCS The third in a series of articles on the delivery of BMCSs to our clients. In this article we will examine strengths and weaknesses in the tendering process. We will look at the different methods of tendering, and we will also consider under whom the BMCS should be contracted.
Specifying Control Systems Part 2 in series - Simply, if you specify a scope of work, a points list, and the technology you want you will have specified 99% of a system.
Control System Technologies Part 1 in series - If the Open versus Closed argument indicates Open (as it will in most cases) then the choice is effectively between Lon and BACnet.
BAS or BS? Overview to series.- Failure in the construction process to deliver working BAS to the client.
Australia Review Australia has a yearly air conditioning exhibition called ARBS, which is an acronym for Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Building Services. The ARBS show was held in Sydney between 25 and 27 March at the Sydney Exhibition Centre.
Ideal World, Ideal Protocol, Ideal System Evolving to internet-worked intelligent building services through open communication protocols.
Division 17 not an Issue outside of North America And as BACnet is the only accepted open communication protocol for buildings at the management level, it should be promulgated as the glue for tying all the intelligent processes in a building into one framework.
BACnet in AustralAsia - November 2001 BACnet is widely accepted in Australia by the consulting community and we see a large percentage of specifications now calling for BACnet...... Recently, I went to both Korea and Japan. There is a great deal of interest in both countries, as well as China in BACnet.
Jim Henry has been involved in nearly every aspect of Building Automation for over twenty years. He has worked with five different automation lines in North American and Australia. He is the founder and inaugural chairman of the incorporated non-profit organisation BACnet Interest Group - AustralAsia (BIG-AA).
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