Babel Buster Network Gateways: Big Features. Small Price.
Review of Control-Con
Jane and I
are just back, and closing up our May issue which fell in the middle of
this amazing event. This is a quick summary of social media posts and
videos from the event.
Founder, Owner, Publisher AutomatedBuildings.com
This is just a sprinkling of the information that will be captured from an amazing event; much has been shared on social media. Follow these links:
@Ken_Sinclair Retweeted Kimberly Brown
Thanks for making me part of your community @ControlsCon @CochraneSupply
An amazing collection of communities for more about and video links http://controltrends.org/ @EricStromquist
2019 Controls-Con Day 1 —> Delivers Industry Insight and More to over 600 Attendees!
2019 Controls-Con is a Complete Success! See Day 2
Business and Technology Track Summaries
Kim Brown (with a Kristina Reid Cameo) adds more Highlights from Controls-Con 2019
Cochrane Supply and Engineering’s
Technical Services Manager, Kim Brown, tells us good things are
happening in Detroit, MI, the new Silicon Valley of the Midwest — and
about the pre-Controls-Con tours to a Bedrock Facility and the
Little Caesars Arena. Once again, hats off to Kim Brown, Kristina Reid,
Marketing Manager (pictured below with Automated Buildings, Ken
Sinclair), and the whole Cochrane team for a job well done and another
successful Controls-Con event.
Thanks Kristina your hard work did not go unnoticed best-supporting actress ever from me and your team mates. Thanks for all you did to make the event amazing
Video links from Controls Con
https://youtu.be/jNZwE6B0KEo Mike Mitchell
https://youtu.be/XId3aEOZZ24 Ken Sinclair
https://youtu.be/egEcgAK5IHE Kim Brown
Before the event we set the scene for
"My next 50 years Keynote" with this interview
ControlTalk Now The Smart Buildings Podcast: The Power of Your People
Network: Use it or Lose It!
April 29, 2019 by Eric Stromquist
They call it the networked economy for a reason.And yes connecting smart building and HVAC control systems is a big part of the networked economy. But what about connecting people? You can have the greatest control networks in the world but if you don’t have any people in your network to buy, sell, and help support your great technology, then you are just another broke smart person.
On this episode of ControlTalk Now, Ken
Sinclair, owner-editor of automatedbuildings.com, helps us understand
three theories to maximize our people networks:
1. separate and define your networks as different creative communities
2. Connect these different creative communities into strategic alliances
3. turn these communities into communities of practice.
And this article Connecting Creative Communities
The people and their communities have staying power—the technology does not.
Our May theme is Connecting Creative Communities
Part of my keynote at CONTROLS-CON "My Next 50 Years" ...Big Smile...will speak to my personal struggle with extending my "best by date" with the power of connection communities while learning how to grow younger via my younger mentors plus my amazing discovery that the past 50 years was not about the "technology" its changes, (pneumatic to AI), but all about the people and their communities because they are still here, and the latest and greatest technology of the time is not.
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