Ken Sinclair’s Automated Buildings July Release — Finding Reality in a Virtual World

Screen Shot 2015-07-01 at 12.40.18 PMKen Sinclair’s editorial in the July, 2015, publication of Automated Buildings, “Finding Reality in a Virtual World,” addresses the effort there is finding the gems and the relevance — the actual reality while sorting through the virtual digital fire hoses aimed at our attention. Trusted people and trusted sources bring clarity.

Editorial excerpt: “When we started 17 years ago we created an online vehicle design to connect the reality of the large building automation industry to a virtual world the internet / web. Today the ease of publishing online allows anyone and everyone to post everywhere. We all are struggling with the blizzard of information and the actual reality within the variety of virtual formats. We all seek guidance and appreciate the sharing from our trusted people and sources to find clarity and even reality within all this virtuality.” Read more.

Automated Buildings Featured July Articles:

Energy Management an “IoT” World Jim Lee, Cimetrics, Jack McGowan, McGowan Group

HVAC/DDC Training Solutions Jon Vietti, DDC Support Services

BIM – what about the occupants? Chris Thorne, Model IB

Designing Humans into Buildings Christopher Naismith, SES Consulting

The Ignored Database, BIM Jim Sinopoli, Smart Buildings LLC

IIoT: You Talking to Me?” Varun Nagaraj, Sierra Monitor

Building IoT (BIoT) Marc Petock, Lynxspring & Connexx Energy

Building Internet of Things (BIoT) Allan McHale, Director, Memoori

Realcomm/IBcon Review 2015 Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd

Don’t Go It Alone When Retrofitting Jim Meacham, Altura Associates

Utility-Side Data Analytics Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd

Finding Reality in a Virtual World Christopher Larry, exp US Services

Solar Co-Op to Power Homes and Businesses Devlyn Parsons, Engenuity Systems

Inspection Discomfort a Silent Killer Harry Kohal, Eagle Technology, Inc.

Control of Variable Refrigerant Volume (VRF) Ofer Ben-Nathan, Cool Automation

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