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Internet Digital Control
John J. “Jack” Mc Gowan, CEM
Learn to optimize Facility Management and Reduce Operating Cost with this comprehensive seminar on Direct Digital Control And Internet-enabled System Integration
Managers are demanding real-time tools to manage the results of energy technology investments targeted at cutting operating costs and positioning businesses to weather economic downturns. Real-time Building System Integration is the defining principle for future of energy management, and owners can reap the benefits that this technology offers.
The Seminar provides a primer on Direct Digital Controls for Building Automation plus a complete tutorial on hardware, software and Internet enabled energy and automation services that managers must understand. It provides an overview of trends and essential knowledge to evaluate Internet-based energy offerings, and assess the value of Internet-based features that are used to promote Energy, HVAC, Building Automation and Open System products. This seminar covers critical data to assist in using Internet -based building control technology as part of a management tool for full-scale system integration.
Building Automation, Internet-based Energy Services and Information Technology are converging. Internet-enabled energy offerings and product features are overwhelming owners, users and engineers. Lines that have traditionally separated technology sectors are blurring because of;
large integration of Digital Control at the equipment and building-wide level
expanding reality of open systems,
national attention on energy and facility infrastructure issues,
energy price escalation particularly with natural gas
growing specialization of "system integrator" and
user demand for Internet features plus attempts to differentiate products with " Web-features."
Owners and specifiers will gain critical information to make buying decisions in the Internet-enabled Digital Control marketplace. The Instructors' articles and recurring Column in Energy User News and www.AutomatedBuildings.com have been called "must reads" for the industry. This seminar expands on these to make it the definitive requirement for professionals who want to learn about such trends as control system convergence, DDC open systems and Internet-based Application Service Providers (ASPs). The lines are blurring between traditionally stand-alone industries including Information Technology, Energy/ Utility sales and Building Automation.
|Building Owners and Managers||Customers considering Energy Service Projects|
|Energy Managers||Performance Contracting Professionals|
|Utility Managers||Performance Assurance or M&V Managers|
|Consulting Engineers||Energy Engineers and Consultants|
|Energy Service Company Engineers||Corporate Energy Managers|
A Guide to Building Automation Online™
John J. Mc Gowan, CEM, CDSM, CLEP, CCP
Introduction to Internet Direct Digital Control
Internet Digital Control™ / Building Automaton Online™ Introduction
Seminar Requirements and Assignments
Internet Digital Control™
Why network Automation Buildings?
Effective Building Automation
What is the value of Internet Digital Control™
Core requirements for Understanding Internet Digital Control™
Building Automation Basics
Developing a Strategic DDC Plan
Conducting a Building Control Survey
Expanding Direct Digital Control Sequences
Integrated Automated Buildings
Introduction State-of-the-Art Direct Digital Control
Introduction to Operator Interface
Web-browser for Automation Interface
Personal Computer Requirements and User Interface
Building System Operations
Remote Communication and Network Management
Digital Cockpits for Interface between Automation and other systems
Building Wide Sequence of Operations
Building Automation System Technology Part One
Firmware Sequence of Operation
HVAC, Temperature Control and Building wide functions
Building Automation System Technology Part Two
Firmware Sequence of Operation
Expanded System Functions and Integration
Integration and Interoperability
Fire, Life Safety, Security and Access
Industrial Process and other System Interface
Communication & Networking with Distributed DDC Systems
A Core Requirement for Internet Digital Control™
Data Communication, Messaging and Common Topologies
Automation System Standards
LONTM Products Overview
Specifying DDC Open Systems
Specifying Network Standards for Automation
Procurement Practices for High Performance DDC
Integration of Automation Networks
Enterprise and Web-based Integration
Internet Digital Control SystemTM Overview
Internet Terminology and TCP/IP Architecture
Data Formats and Public Vs. Private IP Addresses
VPN's, other networks and Internet Access
Internet Tools and Automation System Offerings
Virtual Tool Overview and Business to Business
Virtual Energy Management Tools: Real time and Dynamic Internet features
Traditional Automation and Expanded Integration
Web-hosted Applications and Other systems
Real-time Energy Dashboard ™ for Automation and Enterprise Energy Management
Trends for Internet Digital ControlTM Systems
John J. Mc Gowan, CEM, Seminar Developer Biography
JOHN J. "JACK" Mc GOWAN, CEM
Vice President Energy Control Inc.
Mr. Mc Gowan is Vice President of Energy Control Inc. (ECI), an Energy Service Company and System Integrator specializing in value-based real-time services including performance contracting for public and private organizations. ECI has a Continuous Digital Control (CDC) strategy that merges traditional energy automation with Business to Business (B2B) solutions to integrate multiple systems via the Internet. This allows customers to make decisions with real-time dynamic information from a many sources to optimize facility and business management.
During his 20 year career in Industry and Government, Mc Gowan has been with:
Hydroscope Inc., USA, Vice President Marketing, a technology company with US and Canadian operations, offering patented solutions and comprehensive financial packages to address water infrastructure worldwide. He developed and oversaw e-commerce strategies.
Johnson Controls, Inc., as Business development manager working on energy and water projects for educational institutions, state and municipal customers.
Director New Mexico Energy Conservation & Management Division (EMNR Department)
Honeywell, Inc. as Market and Product Development Manager
Principal with a Direct Digital Control installation & contracting firm and
Corporate Energy Manager with a Fortune 500 retail firm
Mc Gowan published five books and 100+ articles on business and technical topics, including:
Distributed DDC, A Guide to Building Automation, Fairmont Press / Prentice Hall, 1995
Networking Building Automation & Control Systems, Fairmont Press /Prentice Hall, 1991
Mc Gowan has published 100+ articles, and speaks regularly at international conferences. He develops and teaches seminars in the U.S. for Association of Energy Engineers and Southeast Asia Centre for Management Technology, and also teaches at Universities in Phoenix and N.M.
Mc Gowan sits on the Technical Advisory Board of Energy User News and publishes a regular column in that journal called Energy Online, is Contributing Editor of the E-Zine for Automatedbuildings.com and is Associate Editor of Strategic Planning for Energy and the Environment. He was named "International Energy Professional of The Year" in 1997 by the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE), and has been listed in Who's Who in Science and Engineering, Millennium Edition & 1994-1995, 1996-1997 editions, Marquis / Reed Publishing.
Mc Gowan is:
Certified Energy Manager (CEM)
Certified Lighting Efficiency Professional,
Certified Demand Side Manager
Certified Cogeneration Professional
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