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LonMark® International Forms Executive Committee
LonMark International announces the appointment of new officers to lead its Board of Directors
San Jose, CA - LonMark International is pleased to announce the formation of an Executive Committee to act on behalf of the Board of Directors regarding organization oversight and matters concerning the board in-between meetings. Serving on the Executive Committee and in the capacity of Chairman of LonMark International is Tracy Markie of Engenuity Systems. Also elected is Vice-Chair George Huettel of Cyrus Technologies. In addition, both Markie and Huettel join TAC's Wayne Lambert as LonMark's Executive Committee.
Since its inception in 1994, LonMark International has become a major force in the establishment of interoperable open system guidelines for building, industrial, transportation and residential/utility automation based on ANSI/EIA 709.1 and related standards. The LonMark Board of Directors convenes and coordinates task groups, consolidates recommendations, and provides overall management of the 300+-member association.
Tracy Markie is co-founder and President of Engenuity Systems, Inc. and has 20 years of experience in the control systems market.
George Huettel is the President/CEO of Cyrus Technologies Inc., an independent Systems Integrator headquartered in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.
Wayne Lambert joined TAC Americas (formerly CSI Control Systems International) in 1997, serving as marketing director and then vice president of sales and marketing.
The Board of Directors will hold its next meeting at the LonMark International Spring General Meeting, May 12-14, 2004 in San Francisco, California.
About LonMark International - Since its inception in 1994 and new corporate structure in 2003, LonMark International has become a major driving force in the establishment of interoperable guidelines for building, industrial, transportation and residential/utility automation. LonMark International membership is open to any manufacturer, end-user and system integrator committed to the development and use of open, interoperable products using ANSI/EIA 709.1 and related standards.
Products that have been verified to conform to Echelon's LonMark interoperability guidelines are eligible to carry the LonMark logo, an indicator that a product has been designed to interoperate over a LonWorks® network.
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