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Audio: The Future of Building Automation. Q&A with Mike Newman.

For those who missed it or want to listen again, below is the Audio Stream from our 5th Free Webinar in the 2015 Smart Building Series…

The Future of Building Automation & Control Systems. Q&A with Mike Newman Manager of BACSi at Cornell University. Mike was instrumental in the development of the BACnet communication protocol and has served as chair of ASHRAE’s Standards Committee. The Webinar includes content from our new research report –

In this Webinar, Mike discusses in depth…

  • Putting Building Automation in context… key developments from his 35 years in the industry.
  • The Future of Building Automation and BACnet
  • The promise of Big Data & Data Analytics and how they will be used to improve fault detection and maintanence
  • IPv6 for all BACnet network types. How MS/TP could be a key part of IoT communications in buildings

Our next scheduled FREE Webinar is; Wednesday 24th June – We will be discussing why many in the industry are describing LED Lighting as a “Trojan Horse” for the Internet of Things in Building and how it will impact environmental controls. It will be a broad ranging discussion looking at best practice in Lighting Controls and the Building Internet of Things.

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