March / April 2004
BTL Mark: Resolve interoperability issues & increase buyer confidence
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BuilConn 2004 - Update
Anto Budiardjo, President of Clasma, Inc.,
If you plan to work in the area of integrated and intelligent buildings, in the area of the convergence of Building and IT, there is only one place to be in the middle of April - BuilConn in Dallas.
The "Interoperable Blues Band"
Leighton Wolffe, Director, Energy Partner Program, WebGen Systems
In the spirit of BuilConn, the IBB is all about players in the industry playing together, in this case literally.
Anno Scholten, VP eStructures
The XML Pavilion will feature technology demonstrations showing the extensive potential of XML and Web Services in a cross-section of the buildings industry including security, HVAC, gateway, enterprise and IT solution providers of technology.
Connecting enterprise energy management systems
Ron Brown, CTO, Gridlogix, Inc
The market is searching for a specialized IT centric Enterprise Application Integration framework designed to turn automation and control systems and their devices into easily accessible data sources for business systems.
Building Automation: Open Systems Today and Tomorrow
Dirk Mahling, Ph.D., Chief Technology Officer, WebGen Systems.
Thus open protocols open the domain of buildings and energy control to the advances already seen in other fields such as computerized medical diagnosis, image stabilization, or automated battlefield management.
Trane and the next 25 years in controls
Jay Althof, Vice
President of Controls Product Planning and Support,
Trane, Global Controls and Contracting
Information technology and the Web is the future of controls platforms. Trane is committed to playing a role that best helps develop the promise of XML-based systems.
Relationship marketing in today's HVAC industry
Gordon Newman, Marketing Coordinator, Greystone Energy Systems Inc.
Relationship marketing is developing a close bond with your customer by dealing with them on a personal level.
Wireless M2M Communications over Cellular Data Networks
Philip Sencer, Senior Vice President, Profile Systems, LLC.
We communicate to our controllers located at a customer's site and have the ability to schedule, turn-on, turn-off, monitor and control lighting, HVAC and other critical components.
Do you think all products will become commodities?
Tracy Markie, President, Engenuity Systems, Inc.
We see most of the non-systems products going down the commodity route. These would include end devices such as sensors and actuators as well as network infrastructure devices like routers and gateways.
What is M2M?
Glen Allmendinger, President, Harbor Research, Inc.
The upcoming M2M Expo is really the first large scale conference and exhibition for the M2M space.
Buildy Awards Program FAQ
Tish Smith, Director of Client Services, Clasma Inc.
The Buildy Awards are a new initiative to recognize key contributors to the building systems industry, contributors who make the vision of integrated and intelligent buildings a step to reality.
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