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Confused World of IoT Alliances Showing Signs of Maturing  In the end, what matters for users is that all devices work effortlessly and seamlessly with one another. -  James McHale, Managing Director, Memoori

Interfacing UPS Systems to a BACnet Network  Monitoring the UPS alarms from BACnet presents challenges that are not compatible with traditional gateways. - Jim Hogenson, Founder & President, Control Solutions, Inc.

Attendees of PlugFest 2016 talk about the Experience  PlugFest brings together manufacturers of BACnet products providing the opportunity to test their products with BACnet devices from other vendors. - Steve Jones, Founder and Managing Partner, The S4 Group Inc

Optimized Control Using Machine Learning (It’s About Time)  The good news is that if or when we develop this technology, we can once again eliminate the arduous task of line by line programming and squeeze every drop of energy waste out of buildings. - John Pitcher, CEO, Weber Sensors

Today’s Smart Building Data Exhaust May Be Tomorrow’s Machine-Learning Gold  Smart Building Owners should remain vigilant in the battle against vendor lock-in of their building data. -  Alper Üzmezler, BASSG LLC. & Therese Sullivan, Principal, BuildingContext Ltd

Standardisation and Openness Revolution for IOT We concluded that something needed to be done and that nothing short of a Revolution was needed to change this world, to make it better and more open. - Throstur Jonsson, Founder, Rational Network

How People Counting Can Benefit Your Building  Commercially, people counting technologies are used in many applications such as airport security, hotels, manufacturing, business offices, and travel hubs. - Maggie Parker, Market Researcher, Scanalytics

Free Education Session about Sedona Framework at AHR 2017  An open control technology designed to assist system integrators in quickly implementing IP-based building automation programs. - George Thomas, President, Contemporary Controls

Self-Learning Building Automation: What Took Us So Long? - Jim Sinopoli PE, RCDD, LEED AP, Managing Principal, Smart Buildings LLC

Seven Impact Drivers  Driving Today's Commercial Real Estate, Buildings and Facilities  - Marc Petock, Vice President, Marketing, Lynxspring & Connexx Energy

Control Solutions, Inc Columns - November 2016

Use Facebook Live to Build Your Brand   As a small business, the Facebook Live feature can provide viewers with a humanized experience of the business.  - Manny Mandrusiak, Executive Director, Q College and Q Academy

A Look Back  Since in January, there will be a new columnist, this month I will focus on looking back over the last decade of controls and building automation, and next month, I will offer my perspective on the future. - Paul Ehrlich & Ira Goldschmidt, Building Intelligence Group

When Evolution Turns to Revolution  With an empowered population participating in the self-learning edge device maker culture, the movement has the feel of a revolution. -  Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings


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