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Dortmund, November 12, 2014 – The BACnet Interest Group Europe (BIG-EU) announces an independent BACnet training of the European BACnet Academy in Warsaw, Poland on Feb 2nd, 2015. The BACnet Academy was founded in 2009 and organizes neutral introductions to BACnet (ISO 16484-5), the de facto world standard in building automation.

The Polish building automation market is developing increasingly. Huge energy efficient multi-vendor projects like the shopping and office complex Zlote Tarasy, built on an area of 225.000 sqm in Warsaw,require expert knowledge about integration and functionalities, enabled by the open communication standard. The more workstations, building and application controllers speak BACnet, the more users ask “How does BACnet work?”.

“We convey the core technical information to planners, project engineers, building operators and facility managers from all over Europe”, explains trainer Thomas Kurowski who represents the inner circle of the BACnet standardisation. He is a voting member of the BACnet Committee (ASHRAE SSPC 135), the BIG-EU Working Group Technique and the BTL Working Group.

Warsaw is becoming a BACnet hub in Poland. It is the place of the emerging BACnet Interest Group Poland and one of 12 venues of the global BACnet Roadshow 2015. Registration for the BACnet Academy in Warsaw is open at www.bacnetacademy.org.

About the BIG-EU:

CatNet SystemsThe BACnet Interest Group Europe (BIG-EU) promotes the use of the global BACnet communication standard ISO 16484-5 in building automation and security technology in Europe. Founded in 1998 by 18 companies from the building automation industry, today the BIG-EU has over 100 members from Belgium, Denmark, Germany, England, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Canada, the Netherlands, Norway, Austria, Poland, Sweden, Switzerland, the Czech Republic and the USA. The objectives of the BIG-EU are to take into account European interests in the development of the BACnet standard and the exchange of information with the ASHRAE SSPC 135 committee responsible for BACnet, as well as the American BACnet community, and joint marketing, a common standard for qualifications offered and the shared creation of technical guidelines. For further information, please visit www.big-eu.org.










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