Smart Buildings

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

** Recording of this Webinar can be Found HERE **

Please Join us on Wednesday 14th December 16:00 GMT for our 12th FREE Webinar in the 2016 Smart Buildings Series, Kindly Sponsored by Tridium.

Why don’t we have REAL IP to the Edge in Building Management Systems? A Q&A Webinar with Tony Marshallsay, Chief Mechanical Engineer at Omrania & Associates. We will be taking a deep dive into how we can Improve Networking in Building Management Systems.

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Webinar Highlights…

  • Why are there Bottlenecks at Protocol Translation and IP Packing & Unpacking?
  • Why Edge Computing is Essential to the IoT in order to Minimise main Network Traffic
  • Cheating on the Capacity of “Open” Protocols in Proprietary Networks
  • Security of Wired and Wireless Systems – Common Backbone vs Dedicated Routing

This is a really great FREE opportunity to hear Tony share his experience from a long career in Mechanical Engineering and designing HVAC and BMS systems in buildings.

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