January & February 2005

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Articles - February 2005
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Beyond Commissioning: The Role of Automation  How is commissioning likely to be performed 20 or 30 years from now? Will technology advance to the state where building systems and equipment are automatically commissioned on an on-going basis as conditions demand?  Michael R. Brambley and Srinivas Katipamula, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

The Only Thing Constant Is Change - prepare for another exciting year.  Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com

Articles - January 2005

ProtoCessor - A Protocol Solution  A cost effective BACnet, LonWorks, Modbus, Metasys and ZigBee protocol solution uses interchangeable modules. Edward Hague, CTO, ProtoCessor Division, FieldServer Technologies

2005, The Year of XML?  Maybe it’s better stated that XML could become the enabler and driver for 2005 being the year of Open Systems in buildings.  Anto Budiardjo, President & CEO, Clasma, Inc.

LEED-NC Rating System Draft v2.2 Released for 60-day Public Comment Period  Leonard A. Damiano, V.P. Sales & Marketing, EBTRON, Inc

Online Time Management  Improve profitability, productivity with web solution for tracking hours and expenses.  Kelly Sinclair, Account Manager, FunctionFox Systems Inc.

Lessons Offered By New York Subway Digital Signage Network Lyle Bunn, Senior Partner, Apogee Partners

Automating Large Building Security Using Robotics  Never distracted, forgetful or tired; never sick or on vacation; always alert and ready for duty -- mobile security robots, in any number of sizes and shapes, are poised to become the first line of defense against all forms of intrusion. Lloyd Spencer, President and CEO, CoroWare

Would You Like Fries With That?  Automation Takes a Bite Out of the $400+ Billion Commercial Food Service Industry Michael Burdett, VP of Sales and Marketing, Arecont Systems, Inc.

A New Bee in our Industry  No! It’s not the return of the killer Bees, it is the ZigBee Alliance for wireless networking.  Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com

Past Favorites 

Reliable Controls January
Edward Hague, CTO, ProtoCessor Division, FieldServer Technologies ProtoCessor - A Protocol Solution
Steve Tom, PE, PhD, Director of Technical Information, Automated Logic Corporation Web Services – A New BACnet Standard 
Guy Zebrick, Account Manager, Kele, Inc  ZigBee or Not ZigBee
Jack Mc Gowan, CEM, Energy Control Inc.  Integrated, Interoperable and Intelligent  …

Brian Jones, Marketing Consultant, The S4 Group, Inc Johnson Controls Metasys N2 Networks in an Open Systems Environment
Al De Wachter, ICS Inc Plan Users Guide - Project Control

Lyle Bunn, Senior Partner, Apogee Partners  Electronic Signage for Safer Buildings
Mike Schell, AirTest Technologies Measuring The Right Thing For Humidity Control…

David E. Craven, Director of OEM Sales, AndoverControls  A Wake-Up Call and a Brainer
Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com  
Waking Up to Wireless 
Paul Sereiko, Founder, President, Sensicast Systems  Wireless Mesh Sensor Networks
Al Mouton, President, Loytec Americas Inc.  LonWorks and BACnet System Solution on a Chip
Al Mouton, President, Loytec Americas Inc. 
LonWorks and BACnet System Solution on a Chip
Paul D.J. Mason, C.E.O. BWP plc  Cost Comparison Model - Open vs Proprietary
Weilin Wang, Michael Nova, and John Edler, Kiyon, Inc. 
Autonomic Wireless Building Networks
Deepak Wanner, Founder, Precidia Technologies  Reaping the Benefits of IP
January 2004
Jason Sprayberry, Digi International  Ethernet: The Common Thread to Total Building Systems Integration



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