Smart Buildings

Audio: Why don’t we have REAL IP to the Edge?

For those who missed it or want to listen again, below is the Audio Stream from our 12th Free Webinar in the 2016 Smart Buildings Series, sponsored by Tridium.

This is a Q&A Webinar with Tony Marshallsay, Mechanical Engineer at Omrania & Associates. We take a deep dive into how we can Improve Networking in Building Management Systems by taking IPv6 to the Edge.

In this Webinar, we take a comprehensive look at why we need One Communication Protocol to the Edge in Building Automation Systems.

  • Instead of multiple data protocols, each with its own addressing system, we need one universal protocol and the common IPv6 address system to cope with for the huge number of IoT devices.
  • REAL IP to the Edge would save more than 50% of the operations. Much more Efficient!

 

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