2012 ControlTrends Award Finalist Announced


The finalists and winners announced for each category will be honored at the ControlTrends Awards luncheon taking place Tuesday, January 29, 2013 at Eddie Deen’s Ranch in Downtown Dallas, Texas. Click here and register to vote for your favorite Control Trends Academy Finalist.

The ControlTrends Awards finalists are:

2012 Control Trends Building Automation System of the Year
Honeywell WEBS
Vykon
Johnson Controls FX
Easy IO
Loytec LINX

2012 Control Trends Building Automation Controller of the Year
Easy IO-30P-SF
Honeywell Spyder
Johnson Controls FX-PCG
Vykon JEC-234 JACE EQUIPMENT CONTROLLER
Lynxspring JENSYS
CAN2GO UN2

2012 Control Trends Best Commercial Product of the Year
Belimo Energy Valve
Honeywell JADE Economizer
Ecobee Smart SI
Siemens Pressure Independent Control Valve
Viconics VT7600 Thermostat

2012 Control Trends Best Automation Graphic Tool of the Year
DGLux by DGLogic
FIN by J2 Innovations
SkyFoundry
Continual-Eyes
Johnson Controls FX ASSET TOOL

2012 Control Trends Best Building Energy Management Application of the Year
Active Logix Periscope
CSI3 Prophet
Johnson Controls Panoptix
Building Logix Energy Logix
eSight Energy

2012 Control Trends Best Commercial HVAC Controls Vendor of the Year
Honeywell
Belimo
Johnson Controls
ACI
Viconics

2012 Control Trends Best Variable Frequency Drive of the Year
Honeywell Smart VFD
Teco-Westinghouse
ABB
Yaskawa Z1000
Siemens

2012 Control Trends Best Technical Support of the Year
Honeywell
Vykon
Johnson Controls
Belimo
EASY IO

2012 Control Trends Most Valuable Support Person of the Year
Roger Rebennack, Honeywell
James Johnson, Vykon
Laura Kevitt, Vykon/Honeywell
Barry Gordon, ACI
Chris Lane, JCI

2012 Control Trends HVAC Controls Executive of the Year
Chris Eichmann, Johnson Controls
Mike Keller, Honeywell
Mike Marston, EASY IO
Terry Swope, Lynxspring
Stuart Lombard, Ecobee
Ed Merwin, Tridium

2012 Control Trends Person of the Year: The PID Award (Passion, Integrity, Dedication)
Gary Weber, Belimo
Roger Rebennack, Honeywell
Mike Marston, EASY IO
Ed Merwin, Vykon
Stuart Lombard, Ecobee

2012 Control Trends Thermostat of the Year
Nest Thermostat
Ecobee Smart Thermostat
Honeywell Prestige
Viconics VT7600 Series
EnTouch EMS Stat

The 2012 Control Trends Awards Presents the CTA Awards Event Sponsors:
Belimo
EASY IO
Johnson Controls
Honeywell
Teco-Westinghouse
Viconics
Lynxspring
Siemens
Vykon
EnTouch
Connect-Air Wire and Cable
DGLogik
Automation Components, Inc. (ACI)

Media Sponsors:
Automation.com
Automatedbuildings.com
ES Engineered Systems
BUILDINGS.com
Buildings Operating Management
CABA Continental Automated Buildings Association

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9 Responses

  1. Distech was in the running for several categories, got close but did not quite make the finals, they make great stuff, hopefully they will make it next year !

  2. Interesting seeing the difference between the US and Europe in relation to the types of system in use and in a more dominant commercial position. In the UK Trend Controls have a massive Market share where as Distech, ACI & Viconics are virtually none existent. It’s great to see the Controls Market going from strength to strength, May this year saw the BCIA awards here in the UK which was the industries biggest awards to date. You never know maybe one of us Brits could visit you one day soon.

    Regards
    Paul Murphy

  3. Paul, Thanks so much for reaching out. We had no idea about the BCIA awards. They are really spectacular. We would love to get the Brits involved with the ControlTrends Awards. Any ideas on how we could get our HVAC friends in England involved in voting for this years awards?

  4. Good Afternoon,

    We are also Brit members of the BCIA, this could be raised at the next members meeting to see if there is interest in voting for your CTA awards. How does your organisation work, do you need to be a member to attend the awards event. I would be interested to come to your event with a colleague in January if this is possible. I also believe there is a Infocon Session following the CTA that would also be of interest.

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