Smart Buildings

Webinar: Embracing an Open Source Philosophy for Better UX in Buildings

Please Join us on Thursday 14th March 1000 CET | 0900 GMT for our 3rd FREE Webinar in the 2019 Smart Buildings Series, Sponsored by Haystack Connect.

Embracing an Open Source Philosophy for Better UX in Buildings. Please join us for a FREE Q&A Webinar with Jonathan McFarlane, Co-Founder of ACAEngine; discussing how to design an “open” smart building by selecting the right dependencies. And how an open source approach leads to better UX.

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What We Will Be Discussing;

* It Often Seems the Building and IoT sector has gone in the Opposite Direction to Open: Boxes, Middleware, Closed Architecture and Competing Communication Protocols. There is also a Misconception that Open Source means Free, but that is not the case.

* We will Discuss how to Design an “Open” Smart Building by selecting the right Dependencies. And ultimately, how an Open Approach leads to better UX in the Built Environment.

This is a really great FREE opportunity to hear a genuine expert share their experience and knowledge of Open Source Software Development for Buildings!

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