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Utility Rates & Tariffs – Perspectives on a Changing Landscape, Business Impacts and the Role of a Tariff Engine - Leighton Wolffe, Northbridge Energy Partners, Stephanie Fetchen, RateAcuity, John Petze, SkyFoundry

A New Year, A New Mindset for the Smart Building Sector  - James McHale, Managing Director, Memoori

Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs)  The latest HMI panels use HDMI technology to bring time & money savings - Jakub Górski, Director of Product Management, Global Control 5 Sp. z. o.o.

Improving Building Safety and Extending Automation with Wireless Emergency Lighting Controls - Jeremy Ludyjan LC, Senior Director, Field Marketing, Fulham Co., Inc.

Disruption, Why It’s Important  Disruption is fundamentally about change; specifically, it’s about a change to the status quo that we all find comforting. - Anto Budiardjo, Editor, New Deal for Buildings

Smart Mobility Vehicle-to-Grid Disruption for Smart Buildings  A mobile vehicle with V2G disrupts the market and offers buildings new options with an option to use one or more V2G enabled electric vehicles as personal power grids. - Sudha Jamthe, CEO, IoTDisruptions

Introduction to IoT  IoT and getting more things connected, is a vital step in the journey towards smarter buildings. An IoT strategy will allow professionals to add additional ways of measuring the status of buildings, dig out data that is hard to get out today, and also create data where there is none. Improving data flow from assets will be vital in the development of smarter buildings. - Nicolas Waern, CEO, Go-IoT

The Anatomy of an Edge Controller  The reality is, none of these devices contain any parts that are truly proprietary or unavailable to the public. Part 3 of 4 - The Hardware - Calvin Slater

Why Are Big Buildings So Dumb?  Want to ask the experts these questions? - Scott Cochrane, President, CEO, Cochrane Supply & Engineering

AHR Expo 2019:  Georgia and Building Automation on my mind - Alan A. Varghese

Haystack Connect 2019 Update February 2019 - John Petze, Executive Director, Project-Haystack.org

Haystack’s Tagging Framework  Bringing Order to Chaotic World of BIoT - James McHale, Managing Director, Memoori


Control Solutions, Inc Columns - February 2019

“Open”ing Mindful Building Emotions  Just back from a kaleidoscope of future peeks into “Open”ing Mindful Building Emotions at AHR Expo 2019 in Atlanta. - Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings

The Open Road Is Bumpy, Edgy, but Mindful  As I write this chapter we are planning our Open Road Trip to Atlanta. -   Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings

New Year's Resolution: Be Open to Change  "Opening to 2019" is mostly about opening our minds to the edge of change that is upon us. - Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings


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