Ken Sinclair’s November Edition of Automated Buildings: The “I of Me” of IoT

IoTavnet Excerpt from Ken Sinclair’s comments on IoT: “Your present IoT understanding, which I choose to whimsically call “The I of Me” greatly controls your comprehension and expectations of what those three letters might mean to you and those around you. The art, science, and social interaction of our time “The Internet of Things” (IoT), reflects life and is affecting all of our lives daily so get over it.” Click here for complete article.

Another flurry of great articles in automatedbuildings.com’s November Issue featuring:

Standardizing the Internet of Things by Jim Sinopoli, Smart Buildings LLC

IoT is Changing Facility Management by Eric Graham, CrowdComfort

Wearable Technologies — Is this the Next Thing? by Chip Pieper

Haystack Connect 2015 by John Petze, Marc Petock, Project Haystack

The Cutting-Edge of IoT by Therese Sullivan, BuildingContext Ltd

Coil “Crime Scene” Investigation by Dean Taylor, Jim Lee, Cimetrics Inc.

USGBC and a new Electric Standard by Jack McGowan, The McGowan Group

Let There be Lighting Control by Roger Woodward, Tridium Europe

Return on Internet of Things Investments? by Allan McHale, Memoori

Is Your Office a Downer? by Bob Best, JLL

#NaaS (Niagara as a Service) by Rav Panchalingam, VAE Group

Echelon Goes “All In” on IoT by Allan McHale, Memoori

Data Center Infrastructure Management by Sev Onyshkevych, FieldView Solutions.

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