Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of Automated Buildings continues his thought process on how our industry is very well-suited to utilize the evolving social media connections available to us, in terms of feedback — to participate in the wellness and productivity campaigns emerging from every aspect and dimension of the building space. As Ken’s March, 2017 Automated Buildings theme suggests: “Engaging Satisfaction & Wellness,” we need get more active in understanding and processing these new user-metrics, because we are in a prime position to take advantage of the benefits. Ken’s editorial begins with this remarkable insight: “I am in awe of the power bestowed upon us and our potential as an industry to have a significant impact on the wellness and overall satisfaction of the occupants of our automated, connected, smart, living, buildings. Increasing satisfaction and wellness by engagement means creating a dialog path that flows both ways and is a giant first step for our industry’s entry into the productivity puzzle and its lucrative paybacks.” Be sure to read it to the end!
More Great March Automated Building Articles:
Wellness, The Comfy Team
If You Spec It, They Will Come, Brad White, SES Consulting Inc.
Analytics Creates Transparency, James Lee, Cimetrics Inc.
BASSG Open Sources Project Builder Plus, Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd
Third Generation of Periscope Tools, Greg Barnes, Activelogix, LLC
Beyond Smart Grid… Jack Mc Gowan, The Mc Gowan Group
From Building Automation to IoT, Memoori
Four Questions to Ask, Jon Schoenfeld, Kodaro
Learn More About the Sedona Alliance, The Sedona Alliance
Performance Design for the Built Environment, Amarpreet Sethi, DLR Group
Haystack Connect 2017 Program Preview, Robin Bestel, Conference Manager
Resolve Problems By Commissioning Network, Ryan Hughson, Optigo Networks
Transformation of the Performance Software, James McHale, Memoori