Episode 380 ControlTalk NOW with Ken Sinclair (aka Mr. Linkair) Automated Buildings’ October Theme: Transformation + “Tossing Transformation Torches”

"The flaming transformation torches of radical change of the what, why, and where -- when tossed as new concepts, lit up the new remote controlled sky." Ken Sinclair, editor, Automated Buildings

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Ken Sinclair, aka Mr. Linkair, began his crusade in 1991. Ken’s natural instincts and his selfless desire to collect, link, and share relevant BAS and HVAC information has led to the growth of Automated Building’s unparalleled  on-line readership. Now, during the most disruptive period of the BAS and HVAC evolution, we are grateful that Ken and Automated Buildings continue to hold the torches of transformative change high enough for us to see our way forward.

More great October reads:

IOT’s Ontology Alignment Project, Brian Turner CEO at Buildings IOT

Crabs in a Pail, William Behn President Tosibox Inc.

October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Marc Petock  Lynxspring, Inc. Editor

The Humanity of AI Automation, Sudha Jamthe CEO IoTDisruptions Editor

Beyond Buildings Podcast, Nicolas Waern, WINNIIO Editor

Booming Occupancy Analytics Market, Republished from Memoori

Access Control in Automated Buildings,  Imran Anwar Swiftlane

The Building Utility,  Without the network everything is an island! the S4 Group

Is your Building Cybersecure? Kevin Callahan Alerton, and Pook-Ping Yao, Optigo Networks

The Heart of Supervising, Chris Irwin, VP Sales EMEA & VP Global Marketing at J2 Innovations

Hiring Managers, Skip Freeman, Senior BASI Soution, Inc.

Getting Back to Fundamentals, Philip R. Juneau

Our 60+ chapters of the ongoing digital tranformation

“The Building Book of Digital Transformation.” Evolving ONLINE with Connected Contractor

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