ControlTalk Now The HVAC and Smart Building Controls Podcast

Andy McMahon and Omar Tabba are veteran experts in the AI world. “When it comes to Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, BrainBox AI checks off all of the boxes, and really works.” In 6-8 weeks, Brainbox AI can deliver a closed-loop, Dynamic Predictive Control to your buildings.  This is a great opportunity for Niagara Community Partners.

Our second guest, Ruben George, from Siemens shows us the Building Operator. The Building Operator is easy and intuitive to set up.  The X300 Industrial Gateway talks BACnet IP and Modbus to discover BACnet Devices and provisions them on the cloud.  The Building Operator is ideally suited for the small to mid-size buildings; however, the solution is scalable larger buildings. Notifications, Dashboards, Trend Analysis, and FDD are functionalities soon to come.

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Category:HVAC and Building Automation Controls -- posted at: 7:43pm EDT

Lynxspring’s Marc Petock provides insight to the immediate impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is having on the Building Automation Industry and leads a frank discussion about the new facet of “safe occupancy” confronting the Real Estate Industry.  There are many important opportunities in the challenging times ahead.  

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Category:HVAC and Building Automation Controls -- posted at: 10:12pm EDT

On Episode 358 of ControlTalk Now the HVAC and Smart Buildings Video Cast and Podcast we learn about a new product and process that makes Cybersecurity easier in Building automation Controls. Our guest is Steve Fey the CEO and Principal Partner at Totem. Totem is a commercial real estate (CRE) SaaS solution that automates the oversight of the #1 cause of cybersecurity events in building control systems: human behavior. Steve makes a very generous offer to our community so be sure to check it out.

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Category:HVAC and Building Automation Controls -- posted at: 6:25pm EDT

"Are our existing wired networked solutions at risk in the near future? Can wireless ways greatly enhance wired networks? The answer (to both questions) is "yes." Wireless network ways provide a future-proofed, AI-driven self-discovery schema with off-site ease of update for operating systems, collection devices, and sensors." Ken Sinclair, Editor, Automated Buildings.

Join Ken Sinclair. Kenny and me as we explore the new wireless revolution in Smart Buildings.

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Category:HVAC and Building Automation Controls -- posted at: 9:24pm EDT