Throw Back Thursday: Remembering the 2013 ControlTrends Awards

It was ten years ago when the elite in our industry descended on the BB King Supper Club in New York City to crown the best of the best in HVAC and Smart Building Controls.

Who else but Ken Smyers could bring Marylin Monroe, Austin Powers, and Frank Sinatra together to help our Master of Ceremonies, Marc Petock do the Awards justice?

Fair warning, this Awards show video is for mature audiences only.

Presenting the 2013 ControlTrends Award Winners:

2013 ControlTrends Awards VFD of the Year: ABB

2013 ControlTrends Awards Building Automation Graphic Tool of the Year: Niagara AX

2013 ControlTrends Awards Thermostat of the Year: Honeywell Prestige RedLINK

2013 ControlTrends Awards Marketing Tools and Support of the Year: Honeywell

2013 ControlTrends Awards Commercial Product of the Year: DG Logik DGBox

2013 ControlTrends Awards Building Application of the Year: DGLux DGLogik

2013 ControlTrends Awards Building Automation Controller of the Year: Easy IO FG-32 Beast from the East

2013 ControlTrends Awards Building Automation System of the Year: Honeywell WEBS

2013 ControlTrends Awards Peripheral Product of the Year from a Small Manufacturer: ACI

2013 ControlTrends Awards Most Valuable Support Person of the Year: James Johnson, Vykon and Chis Lane, Johnson Controls

2013 ControlTrends Award Technical Support (Vendor) of the Year: Easy IO

2013 ControlTrends Awards Commercial HVAC Controls Vendor of the Year: Johnson Controls

2013 ControlTrends Awards: Passion, Integrity, Dedication Award Mike Marston, Easy IO and Ed Merwin, Vykon

2013 ControlTrends Awards Executive of the Year: Tom Rosback, Honeywell

ControlTrends 2013 Petock Award Recipient: John Petze

ControlTrends 2013 Hall of Fame Inductee: Jerry Frank

Well done to all our winners! 


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