Episode 285: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings Videocast and PodCast for week ending September 30, 2018 features guest interviews with Gina Elliott, VP, Americas, EasyIO, Inc., who brings us up-to-date on all things EasyIO and Brian Lovell, M.Ed., Co-Principal Investigator at National Science Foundation BEST Center, who has some really good news for our industry. Belimo HVAC Sensors: Seamless Integration that perfectly compliments their Actuators and Valves, and AHR Expo Announces 2019 Innovation Award Winners.
ControlTalk NOW interview with Gina Elliott, VP, Americas, EasyIO, Inc. Gina started her IoT career in the converged IT solutions side of the business and as has since worked in the design consulting for multi-system integration and interoperability of smart buildings, as well as developing channels specific to ITOT products and solutions. Her collective expertise in marketing, channel development, business development, program management, and design will serve Gina well as she strives to take EasyIO Americas products and solutions to the next level.
Belimo HVAC Sensors — Seamlessly Integrated — Perfect Compliment to Actuators and Valves. Belimo sensors offer trusted reliability, easy installation, and seamless integration with major BMS and designed with an innovative screwless snap-on cover housing that allows for easy commissioning and provides NEMA 4X / IP65 protection. The range includes accurate sensors for measuring temperature, humidity, pressure, CO2, VOCs, and flow in pipe, duct, and outdoor applications.
AHR Expo Announces 2019 Innovation Award Winners. WESTPORT, Conn., September 27, 2018 – Show Management today announced the winners of the2019 AHR Expo Innovation Awards competition.. Each year, products in 10 different categories are recognized for being some of the HVACR industry’s most innovative products, systems and technologies. Winners will be featured at the Show in Atlanta in January 2019. Winners were selected by a panel of third-party ASHRAE member judges who evaluated each award entry based on its innovative design, creativity, application, value and market impact. Winners from each award category will be formally recognized during the 2019.
Our second ControlTalk NOW interview is with Brian Lovell, M.Ed., Co-Principal Investigator at National Science Foundation BEST Center, who brings some exciting news about two programs that will bring tremendous attention and support to our industry as we face potentially catastrophic manning shortages of HVAC technicians and Building Automation Systems integrators.