A Pinterest menu for our November Issue.
Not sure that even a few years ago any of us could of projected the amount of things our buildings would be connected to and interact with. Today our understanding of the possible of connection is much of the value we provide. We need to start collecting quantifying and qualifying our connections as an industry. Our November issue provides a start but I would like all our readers to join in and help us build " Our Connection Collection"
Connected Building Roadmap The intent of the session was to ask the attendees to look into the future, and tell BC Hydro what connected buildings would look like in ten years, and what technologies or other items of interest might appear in the meantime.
New Company Provides BAS/DDC Training Solutions An interactive portable training unit and curriculum package for the building automation controls industry http://www.automatedbuildings.com/news/nov15/interviews/151026025303vietti.html
How is lighting the nerve system of the smart building? Densely distributed throughout all building types and the urban landscape, lighting is the most logical platform for embedding sensors that gather key information about a space and provide a network to relay that information back to software-based controls. http://www.automatedbuildings.com/news/nov15/interviews/151026011808hadayat.html
About AutomatedBuildings.com Since 1999 AutomatedBuildings.com has been an on line magazine and web resource. We provide the news and connection to the community of change agents that are creating our present definition of smart, intelligent, integrated, connected, green, and converged large buildings. http://www.automatedbuildings.com/frame_about.htm
Connected Building Roadmap The intent of the session was to ask the attendees to look into the future, and tell BC Hydro what connected buildings would look like in ten years, and what technologies or other items of interest might appear in the meantime. http://www.automatedbuildings.com/news/nov15/articles/hydro/151016123606hydro.html