In the February edition of Automated Buildings, Ken Sinclair introduces us to his digital twin, Robo Ken, who foresees (in the very near future), buildings full of powerful, low-cost edge devices — armed with AI and Machine Learning capabilities, that will accelerate the digital transformation of our industry — at an alarming pace.
From Ken Sinclair: “In our February issue “Building Brains,” Building is used both as a verb and a noun, which makes you read each reference twice to get both meanings. This issue explores giving the face and the voice of digital tranformation a brain.”
Another excerpt from Ken’s editorial” “Machine learning or Artificial intelligence “AI” is poised to take our industry quickly, in directions never before conceived. “Building Brains” with its’ IoT body, face and voice is changing our world faster than we can imagine; actually, digitally transforming it.” Read more.
More great February Articles
What’s in Store this Year? Marc Petock, Lynxspring & Connexx Energy
One Cohesive Solution? Troy Davis, EnOcean Inc.
Lighting Headaches Are Delaying IoT for BAS, Russ Sharer, Fulham Co., Inc.
The New Deal Initiative, Jim Lee, Cimetrics, Inc.
Building IoT: Implications for Consulting Engineers, Tyler Haak, Schneider Electric
Make Building Owners Better Understand, James McHale, Memoori
IoT for Smart Buildings Isn’t What You Think It Is, Matt Ernst, IoT for all
Systems Thinking is the Defining Feature, Therese Sullivan, Principal, BuildingContext Ltd
Occupancy Analytics & Location Based Services, James McHale, Memoori
Can Your Buildings Go from Bad to Great? Therese Sullivan, Principal, BuildingContext Ltd
MSI Compilation Interview Series – Updated, Kristina Reid, Cochrane Supply & Engineering