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CABA Case Study Competition
CABA's Intelligent and Integrated Buildings Council are requesting submissions of case studies describing implementations of intelligent buildings technologies. Case studies with substantive results including answers to the questions below are requested:
Reason for the project developed?
Definition of Intelligent and Integrated Building was used?
Technologies were implemented?
What is the value of the Intelligent and Integrated Building to the different parties (building owner, manager, etc.)?
Functions of the Intelligent and Integrated Building?
How were Interoperability issues addressed?
Who specifies the project?
Suppliers for components of the project?
Project installations and configuration?
Glossary of terms
Further reading Related documents
Case studies will be posted during CABA's Intelligent and Integrated Buildings Technologies Conference in Toronto, December 2-3, 2002. A winner and two honorable mention papers will be recognized at the conference. The winner will be introduced and given an opportunity to present a five minute overview and, as an extra incentive, CABA is offering free registration to the Intelligent and Integrated Buildings Conference in 2003. All accepted case studies will be published in a CABA Information Series early in 2003 with the winner and the two honorable mention papers identified and placed in the first three positions of the publication. CABA Information Series documents are posted in the Member's Lounge of the CABA Web site and announced via e-bulletin to our complete contact database.
The deadline for submissions is November 22, 2002. Each paper should be two to four pages (1500 - 3000 words) in length. If you have any questions please contact Kirk McElwain at (519) 846-1916 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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