March / April 2006
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Articles - April 2006
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Building Automation Renaissance How to survive & prosper from Building-IT Convergence Anto Budiardjo, President & CEO, Clasma Events Inc. and Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com
New Vistas With Relational Control A Three Part Series PART 2: An Introduction to Relational Control Tom Hartman, The Hartman Company
The GridWise Buzz…It’s Electric The smart grid envisions an interoperable system that leverages information technology and automated systems to meet demand. John J. "Jack" Mc Gowan, CEM, Energy Control Inc.
Photocatalysis Considerations for IAQ-Sensitive Engineering Designs David J. Branson, P.E. Compliance Services Group, Inc.
Are you going to get what you thought? What is needed is one electrical contractor who coordinates the entire low voltage electrical infrastructure. John C. Greenwell, IBS Sales Engineer Continental Electrical Construction Company, LLC
Early Detection Systems Add Value-Added Opportunities for System Integrators Mark Rizkallah, Founder and President and Paul J. Celauro Director of Industry Solutions, Neurologic Research Corporation
Perth Airport Domestic Terminal, Perth, Australia Case Study Caroline Cadieux, Marketing Manager, Distech Controls, Inc.
Don't change out that old control system just yet! Just because a new and more powerful type of product is available doesn’t necessarily justify changing out existing controls. Jeff Reid - President/CEO, Automation Parts Warehouse
Forecast: Connectivity Clouds on the Horizon Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com
Articles - March 2006
Wireless! Building Automation Unwired [Abridged] Using one wireless backbone for several systems can reduce engineering, construction, commissioning and operating cost over the entire life of the building. John Edler and Weilin Wang, Kiyon
New Vistas With Relational Control A Three Part Series PART 1: Why PID Control is Outdated for Modern Building Applications Tom Hartman, The Hartman Company
Closing the Loop Making Success a Standard Al De Wachter, President ICS Inc
Connectivity Today We have the technology, we have the infrastructure, we have the attention of the buildings and IT industries, we have the demand from corporations who own buildings, and now we have a way to measure the value of connectivity. Anto Budiardjo, President & CEO, Clasma Events Inc.
The Market for IT Convergence in Buildings The first published study on the market for IT-convergence James McHale, Business Analyst i&i Ltd
Connectivity Which Way? I have quoted industry leaders and linked to content on our web site that demonstrates that there is no one path that exists for connectivity, nor will there ever be. Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com
The Winds of Change Blew at AHR Expo in Chicago Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com
March John Edler and Weilin Wang, Kiyon Wireless! Building Automation Unwired
February Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com Defining The Intelligent Building Control Market
January Jack Mc Gowan, President of Energy Control Inc Blazing a new trail to Intelligent buildings…
December Professor Derek Clements-Croome, The University of Reading, UK Flexible Master's Programme in Intelligent Buildings
November Paul Ehrlich, P.E. Building Intelligence Group What is an Intelligent Building? Part 2
October Jon Williamson, Chairman, BACnet Conference & Expo BACnet Conference & Expo Update:
September Ken Sinclair, AutomatedBuildings.com Building Automation has become Pointless
August Paul Ehrlich, P.E. Building Intelligence Group What Is An Intelligent Building?
July Deepak Wanner, Precidia Technologies Hotel PBX: The Road to IP
June George Thomas, Contemporary Controls Power Over Ethernet
May Sinclair/McGowan/Considine/Zivney ES Supplement George Thomas, Contemporary Controls Hubs versus Switches
April Eldon Ziegler, Energy Micro Systems HVAC Automation and the Light Commercial Market
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