November 2013
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Articles - November 2013
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Disruptive Innovation makes Cloud Era Possible  The world lacks a building automation and control ontology - Therese Sullivan, Principal,

It is the customers not the technology that will disrupt the industry I have learned it is not the technology itself that causes the change but rather the customer’s willingness to adopt the technology that will drive the disruption. - Deb Noller, CEO, Switch Automation, Inc.

The Bullitt Center Building Efficiency through Positive Disruption - John Schack, National Director of Business Development, Climatec Building Technologies Group, Axcess Division

A Living Building? - The Bullitt Center The goal of the project is to demonstrate the possibility of a truly net-zero, self-sustaining design. - KMC Controls

Defining a Smart Building: Part Four A smart building has an infrastructure that is dependable, adaptable and cost-effective to maintain and operate. - Jim Sinopoli, Managing Principal, Smart Buildings, LLC

Smart Cities could drive BAS Opportunity Exploring the role of Building Automation in smart cities further, these buildings require technology to interact and operate as systems. - Jack Mc Gowan, CEM, President, Energy Control Inc.

Smart Building Synergy Through Building Energy Management Systems and Enterprise Energy Management Software - Alan McHale, Director, Memoori

The Contractor Convergence  Merging providers & reducing overhead costs - Zach Denning

Self-powered Wireless Keycard  Part of a 50% Utility Rebate - Enocean Alliance

System Integration for Energy Efficiency  Comprehensive building automation system (BAS) and energy management solutions help reduce energy, operational, and maintenance costs by up to 60% while optimizing occupant comfort and property value. -  Dr. -Ing. Gert Ulrich Vack, General Manager, and Einat Shlomiuk, Product Manager, SysMik GmbH

Report Generation Requirements for Building Automation Systems (BAS)  The world of report generation is broad and diverse with solutions that range from fundamental toolkits that require a greater level of integration and long term support, to more advanced and independent solutions. - Roy Kok, VP of Sales and Marketing, Ocean Data Systems

Pursuing Facilities Management Credentials: The Right Tools In Your Toolbox - Marc Walker, Sales Engineer and trainer at Dynamic CAFM

Columns - November 2013

Yet Another Collection of Short Stories  Keepin’ them coming - Steven R. Calabrese, Control Engineering Corp.

Build your Brand with Twitter - Part 1  Use Twitter to build your personal brand in Building Automation - Manny Mandrusiak, Managing Creative Consultant, 4 Bravo Marketing

Building to Grid aka B2G - Paul Ehrlich, Ira Goldschmidt & Angela Lewis, Building Intelligence Group

Build Bridges not Fences We need to change rapidly from building proprietary fences around our projects to providing connection bridges to the Internet of Everything (IoE). - Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings

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