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For those who missed it or want to listen again, below is the Audio Stream from our 10th Free Webinar in the 2015 Smart Building Series…

Building Automation Meets the Internet of Things, Creating the Future of Smart Buildings. Q&A with Terry Casey, of Intellastar.

In this Webinar, Terry Casey discusses in depth his white paper – The Building Internet of Things – How will it affect our Buildings and our Business?

  • What are we going to do to create value from Building Internet of Things? The Solution is not only about the centralized stuff – Connection, Cloud and Big Data – although they certainly have their part to play. Its also about improving what goes on at the local level, the Controls and Diagnostics we can achieve with more capability deployed at the Site level, a combination of Smarter Sites with Cloud based solutions in a distributed Intelligence Architecture.
  • Rule Based analytics can be used to find most of the common problems that occur, such as; Simultaneous Heating and Cooling whether that results from Mechanical Problems with valves or poorly set up Control Systems
  • The Internet of Things is bringing great opportunity to operate ‘Things’ more efficiently and effectively by bringing the Infrastructure of Connectivity with Big Data, Cloud and Analytics. These improvements, Applications and benefits can provide significant improvements in Building Efficiency and provide short payback and large returns. Implementation does require a change in the way the Buildings are Operated and Maintained. Problems and faults detected need to be fixed, not ignored.

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Our next FREE Webinar on Monday 16th November 1600 UK Time, will be discussing the impact of the Internet of Things and LEDS on Lighting Controls. It will be a Q&A with the CTO of Enlighted. Make sure you don’t miss it… Subscribe to our Newsletter below.

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