Ken Sinclair’s Automated Buildings September Theme — “The Self Learning Edge Revolution”

Ken_Sinclair_PhotoControlTrends Community, hold onto your hats and meters! Because in this September edition of Automated Buildings, owner, editor — and oracle, Ken Sinclair, proposes that there is a edge controller revolution underway (right now, under our noses) that will completely disrupt the industry as we know it. Not only are these gadgets more open and more powerful, but they will be created and run by tinker kids in millennium maker culture. As Ken says, “These new low cost powerful edge boards are open architecture hardware, that runs open source software plus they come with millennium maker culture and the tinker kids to make anything happen. These kids do not well understand our industry pain and that is a tremendous advantage because they will not approach our problems like we did. We could all learn a lot if we just talk to each other and get on with the new revolution.” Click here for complete editorial.

Other Great September Articles:

When Will Machine Learning Reach Smart Buildings? Alper Üzmezler, BASSG LLC and Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd

Distributed Analysis and Optimization in Building Automation, Mike Donlon, Computrols

Buildings as Dynamical Systems Part One, Sophie Loire, Ecorithm, Inc.

Hobbyist Platforms for Powerful Edge Controllers, George Thomas, Contemporary Controls

Collecting and Processing Data at the Edge, Marc Petock, Lynxspring & Connexx Energy

BACnet, BAS, and…Lighting? Rocky Moore, Blue Ridge Technologies

San Diego Padres Deploy IoT Edge, Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd

Digital Transformation meets Facilities Management, Rick Rolston, BuiltSpace Technologies Corp.

Leveraging IoT Solutions to Make Buildings “Smarter,” Christine Boles, Smart Building Solutions, Intel

Human Behaviour In Smart Buildings, James McHale, Memoori

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