In this October issue of Automated Buildings, Ken Sinclair, owner and editor, delves deeper into the impacts of IoT and self-machine learning, as well as the rapidity of change that is circling the building automation industry. Is our industry preparing itself — at last for this explosive and disruptive evolution or will it get hit broadside? If you still need convincing that major changes are afoot, be sure to review the attention-getters and direct links to Ken’s references and articles.
Excerpt from Ken’s October editorial: “It has been observed that what we may be talking about is just extreme rapid evolution. Yes, that is correct, but when the blur of this amazing rapid evolution catches our industry flat footed it looks a lot like revolution to those not keeping up with what is happening in the world of IoT and self machine learning. With an empowered population participating in the self learning edge device maker culture, the movement has the feel of a revolution. The DIY builder uses new open tools to bring ideas to fruition quickly and at a low cost to keep the rapid evolution moving forward at a speed that blurs into revolution.”
More Great October Articles:
Digital Transformation, Marc Petock, Lynxspring & Connexx Energy
Creators and Makers New Controller, Clayton Plymill & George Young
Cybersecurity of Building Automation Systems, Pook-Ping Yao, CEO, Optigo Networks
Buildings as Dynamical Systems Part Two, Michael Georgescu, Ecorithm, Inc.
Climate Action, Digitalization and the Opportunity, Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd
Engaging Tenants to Achieve Energy Conservation Goals, Wei-En Tan, MACH Energy
Automated Continuous Commissioning, Jan Široký, Energocentrum Plus
Buildings Show their Importance to The Internet Of Things, James McHale, Memoori
New Release of S4 BACnet-N2 Router, Steve Jones, S4 Group Inc
Energy Management Lessons from Star Trek, David Doll, OSIsoft, LLC.
Clean, Cheap and Profitable, Carter Williams, iSelect