December - "Vetting Vegas”
“Vetting Vegas” - AHRExpo Vegas first F2F major event of 2022
We are all carefully examining actually "Vetting Vegas" the return of
our industry's largest event. Cancellation in 2021 Chicago created a
great hole in the industry that needs to be filled. Their theme
is "Ready to Rock"
This is your opportunity to interact 1:1 with the latest innovations and the people that are inventing them.
The AHR Expo (International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating
Exposition) will return to Las Vegas Jan. 31 - Feb. 2, 2022, after a
forced cancellation in 2021 planned for Chicago. The highly anticipated
2022 Show will be the industry’s first major in-person gathering
following pandemic shutdowns. Registration is free and attendees are
encouraged to register early on ahrexpo.com. Show management is elated
to sound the horn, “We’re back!”
AutomatedBuilding.com has had a long relationship providing free
education sessions to AHRExpo for 22 years, since the Dallas show
2000. These education sessions were a big part of our today
presence and growth in this fun quip from 20 years ago, I describe that evolution "Digital Dinosaur Does Dallas"
could have been a title for a low-grade horror movie but proved to be a
significant growing point for us. Our involvement in The State of the
Art Building Automation session at the AHREXPO helped us both inform
and be informed about the rapid web growth as well as the exciting
topics of evolving communication standards. We discovered that our
greatest asset was the fact that we dropped out of the sky without the
normal connection to large manufacturers or publishers. Once we
convinced the industry that our intentions were honorable and that we
wanted to build an automated building web resource the support was
Our Education sessions are shaping up well, in Vegas with thanks to
speaking partner Scott Cochrane & the resources of Cochrane Supply
2022 Las Vegas AHR Expo Educational Sessions
This issue is peppered with article and interview about what is happening in Vegas. some examples here
Anticipating a Game-Changing AHR Expo
Anto Budiardjo, CEO Padi, Inc.
Project Haystack at AHR Expo 2022
Hosts Marc Petock & John Petze
The Next BAS Divergence
Scott Cochrane, President & CEO
Smart Women Envisioning Smarter Buildings Panel at AHR Expo
Last show was AHRExpo, 2020 Orlando. The 2020 Show welcomed
over 50,000 attendees, 1,900+ exhibiting companies. We were very
pleased with attendance at our free education sessions plus interest
and the fact that ControlTrends captured several of the sessions on
video so if you were unable to attend you can see what you missed.
After 50 year in the industry I find the source of our flakness After
50 years in Building Automation, this linkedIn post Why are they stupid hard? Because they are all snowflakes.
our industry is so flakey and why I constantly need to work
with a bunch of flakes. We all are working with snowflakes
and all our solutions need constant correction to be part of each
unique building.This is hard and fragments us as an industry. As
we strive to standardize new snowflakes are falling driven by
changes like decarbonization, electrification, energy storage, IoT on
top, occupant driven, etc The time they are changing "Dylan"
you agree or disagree you are just another industry flake. Big
Smile. When you touch a snowflake it is forever changed..Bigger Smile
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diverse perspective of our industry. I am humbled that they choose to
follow me as I depict our industry's evolution. Thank you all for your
Our LinkedIn online group was created for discussion of our magazine created in 2010 AutomatedBuildings.com Online Magazine Forum
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the group with the same interest as everyone else to see what folks
want to share what new and trending.
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Our online magazine was started 22 years ago before social media identities like, LinkedIn launched on May 5, 2003, and
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special interest folks could find each other. We are working to build
bridges from our long online history of controlled blogging of ongoing
industry information with these and other social media of the day. You
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