Recently returned from the 2019 AHR EXPO and wholly inspired by peeks into the future and the Dawn of Disruption, Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of Automated Buildings, believes the time has come for us to prepare and build elegant mindful bridges between the throes of disruption, the limits of innovation, and the inevitability of the new reality.
Excerpt from Ken’s February editorial: “I am always looking for the easiest way to explain what is going on. This simple diagram shows where our focus was, but now where it needs to be. Last year we saw innovation and our entry into doing new things. We were growing, finally. This year the talk of disruption was everywhere. As an industry that will survive we need to be Doing Disruption not just watching and waiting to be disrupted.” Read more!
More Great February Articles: (Special Announcement: All readers, please fasten your seat belts.)
Vehicle-to-Grid Disruption for Smart Buildings, Sudha Jamthe, IoTDisruptions
Utility Rates & Tariffs, Leighton Wolffe, Stephanie Fetchen, John Petze
Why Are Big Buildings So Dumb? Scott Cochrane, Cochrane Supply & Engineering
Disruption, Why It’s Important, Anto Budiardjo, New Deal for Buildings
Human-Machine Interfaces (HMIs), Jakub Górski, Global Control 5
Improving Building Safety with Automation, Jeremy Ludyjan Fulham Co., Inc.
IoT Getting More Things Connected, Nicolas Waern, Go-IoT
Anatomy of an Edge Controller Part 3 of 4, Calvin Slater
AHR Expo Echelon part of Adesto Technologies, Alan A. Varghese
Haystack’s Tagging Framework, James McHale, Memoor
Haystack Connect 2019 Enabling Data, John Petze, Project-Haystack.org
New Mindset for Smart Buildings, James McHale, Memoor