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beginning of new ones full of change
Can we push start the Digital Dinosaurs, or herd them out of our way if they can not change and adapt????? If you do not feel the pushing then you do not understand the change upon us.
I do. From the Head Dinosaur 😁 The Sinclair-Saurus
“The sun is setting on building management systems as we know it and change is coming through building operating systems and packaged equipment control, which when delivered will eliminate the need for field fitted BMS control altogether.”
—Rob Huntington https://www.nexuslabs.online/
A Future that is bigger than the past. Is the Building Automation Industry Broken? Or is the Building Automation Industry poised and ready to leapfrog into the future?
You can see to push our inner dinosaur we need to make observing change and reacting our new vocation please join me
What killed the Dinosaurs? The AI-age! Is AI over hyped when it comes to the benefits that could be derived when using it correctly? No, quite the opposite, of course.
Don’t Be a Data Dinosaur! In spite of all of the talk, use cases, an abundance of smart technology, and smart solutions available today to take advantage of; I am amazed at how many data dinosaurs are still roaming around in the built environment.
Teaching Dinosaurs to Dance Have you ever considered teaching dinosaurs to dance? The secret is technology.
Managing the new reality of work. Work is no longer a place, but now place-unconstrained
Interview - “Creating A Safer, More Productive Workplace With Touchless Technology”
In addition to our industry efforts the mindset are changing with focus back on our climate emergencey with an agenda to address carbon reduction.
Better Buildings is an initiative of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) designed to improve the lives of the American people by driving leadership in energy innovation. Through Better Buildings, DOE partners with leaders in the public and private sectors to make the nation’s homes, commercial buildings and industrial plants more energy efficient by accelerating investment and sharing of successful best practices.
In July 2017 I wrote
"We need to learn to stream dinosaur dust in our new self-learning online environments. This industry has a practice of dumping large pieces of information -- which I call "the dinosaur dump" – and that method of teaching is just not working for the next generation, that generation of kids who will one day be in the vanguard of our industry, the same way we are now.
We need to break those large, important chunks of our knowledge into mini moments that are of use to the new workforce. In fact, we need to crush them into dust – Dinosaur Dust if you want to give it a name – that we can then deliver to that generation in a steady stream.
So this is an open call to experts around the industry: can you help me figure out how best to do this? Can you help me connect our reality to their virtuality."
“I had better get on with my life's vocation of catching up" Please join me do not be a dinosaur
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Wow! Now over 20,777 connections to my personal LinkedIn account where I posted all related industry information almost daily.
I am amazed at the global reach of these following folks and their
diverse perspective of our industry. I am humbled that they choose to
follow me as I depict our industry's evolution. Thank you all for your
Our LinkedIn online group created for discussion of our magazine created in 2010 AutomatedBuildings.com Online Magazine Forum
now has over 4380 members and has taken on a life of its own. I read
the group with the same interest as everyone else to see what folks
want to share what new and trending.
My Twitter account also started in 2010 has over 1400 followers as well
Our online magazine was started 22 years ago before social media identities like, LinkedIn launched on May 5, 2003 and twitter Twttr launched to the public in July 2006, were vehicles of how special interest folks could find each other. We are working to build bridges from our long online history of controlled blogging of ongoing industry information with these and other social media of the day. You can help as we see AutomatedBuildings.com as a landing pad for information that needs to be shared with our industry. We never throw anything away and it alway resides at the same URL.
The news just keeps flowing on our website and of course, the only way to find what you are looking for in the vast quantity of over 22 years of information on our site is with our site search engine
As always lots of new products, plus be sure to check our event calendar to see the number of events we have in our future.
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