ClimateTalk Alliance Launches New Standards for Zoning
Will be Showcasing the ClimateTalk Vision at AHR Expo
SAN RAMON, CA, November 17, 2010 – The ClimateTalk™ Alliance announces
the development of a Zoning Profile to drive interoperability with HVAC
systems also developed to ClimateTalk Standards. The new Zoning Profile
will leverage the ClimateTalk Information Model for seamless
integration with compatible thermostats, furnace/air handlers and air
conditioners/heat pumps in addition to providing the installation,
performance and diagnostic benefits of ClimateTalk enabled equipment.
The Zoning Profile development activity was kicked off at the recent
ClimateTalk Alliance Member Meeting held October 27 and 28, 2010 at the
Microchip World Headquarters in Chandler, AZ.
At the Fall Member Meeting, the ClimateTalk Alliance also welcomed new
members eControls, Honeywell and Jackson Systems, furthering its goal
to create a membership base comprised of major leaders within the HVAC,
water heater and zoning equipment markets. These industry leaders join
the current lineup of now 24 ClimateTalk Alliance members who are
working to drive the future of ClimateTalk Standards.
“As we celebrate the first anniversary of the ClimateTalk Alliance,
it’s promising to see how far we’ve come and the momentum we’ve built
by demonstrating that our vision for an open standard can work,” said
John Brown chief engineer at EWC Controls who also chairs the
ClimateTalk Information Model Working Group, responsible for the
development of all new application profiles. “Developing new
application profiles that adhere to the ClimateTalk Information Model
is key to ensuring that we can offer solutions that will foster an
ecosystem of interoperable HVAC, zoning, water heater and other smart
in the ClimateTalk Alliance is open to companies committed to
developing standards for machine to machine communications that address
the need for simple to install, plug and play solutions. The
ClimateTalk standards provide solutions that minimize energy
consumption thru advanced control and maximize system performance with
diagnostics and enhanced user interface.
Companies wishing to learn about the
benefits of open standards in the residential HVAC market are
encouraged to visit the ClimateTalk Alliance booth (#N5048) at the AHR
Expo Conference Jan. 31-Feb. 2, in Las Vegas. For more information,
please visit www.ClimateTalk.org.
About ClimateTalk Alliance
The ClimateTalk Alliance is an
organization of industry-leading companies who are committed to
developing a common communication infrastructure for HVAC and Smart
Energy devices and enabling the interoperability of diverse systems.
The ClimateTalk Alliance has been formed as an ecosystem to drive
collaboration on standards to address fragmentation in the HVAC
Communications market and provide interoperability for applications in
the Smart Energy arena. The ClimateTalk Alliance is open to companies
committed to providing long term interoperability of communicating
devices that provide reduction in energy consumption while improving
comfort and end user experience. For more information, visit www.ClimateTalk.org.
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