In his December release, Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of automatedbuildings.com, draws our attention to the importance of attending our HVAC industry’s premiere event and prefaces the educational theme for the January, 2016 AHR Expo in Orlando, FL.
“Very pleased to be doing our 17th year of Free Education Sessions at AHR Expo 2016 in Orlando. Pleased to be joined by several industry experts to help us all better understand the change upon us. Also extremely pleased that our industry is able through the voice and video of ControlTrend’s Awards “CTA” to recognize AHR Expo’s amazing support. Be sure to read the other Ken’s CTA interview. Here is a snippet:”
Smyers: “We are delighted to present the AHR Expo with a ControlTrends Industry Service Award to recognize their 86 years of service that has organized and shaped the growth of the HVAC industry. The annual AHR Expo rejuvenates the entire HVAC industry, top-to-bottom, showcasing the newest technologies and innovation, as well as hosting vital collaboration, networking, and education programs.”
Ken Sinclair continues, “Our education theme for this year’s AHR Expo is “Transformational Change for Building Automation.” Our last few issues and this issue speak well to the possible of connected buildings and the transformational change we all need to make.” Click here for the complete AutomatedBuildings’ December release.
Evolving User Experience in the IoT Building, Greg Barnes, Activelogix, LLC
In Search of a Brain for Buildings, Brad White, SES Consulting Inc.
Turning Big Data into Building Intelligence, Dr. Igor Mezic & John Morris, Ecorithm
Intelligent, Small & Simple BAS, Albert Putnam, Cimetrics
Calculating Energy Real World, John Petze, SkyFoundry
Today’s Smart Buildings Value Propositions, Marc Petock, Lynxspring & Connexx Energy
Energy Harvesting Wireless, Jim O’Callaghan, EnOcean Inc.
CoRE Tech’s Silicon Valley Message, Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd
The Rules are Changing in Global Lighting, Allan McHale, Memoori
People, Place, Process and Technology, Rick Rolston, BuiltSpace Technologies Corp.