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ControlTalk Now The Smart Buildings Podcast Episode 218

Episode 218: ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings PodCast for week ending Mar 12, 2017 features our interview with one of the most knowledgeable experts in the HVAC Industry, Scott Cochrane, CEO of Cochrane Supply & Engineering out of Detroit, MI., who welcomes the ControlTrends Community to join Cochrane Supply in celebrating their 50th anniversary in grand style this June, at the Controls-Con. Register now for the EasyIO Global Partners May Event in Manchester, UK and 2017 Haystack Connect, in Tamp, FL; CGNA and Schneider Electric present Building Insights; Tridium’s Software Maintenance Agreement update; and more 2016 ControlTrends Awards video highlights.

ControlTalk Now The Smart Buildings Podcast Episode 204

ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings VideoCast|PodCast for week ending Nov 6, 2016 begins with a review of Ken Sinclair’s November edition of Automated Buildings followed by: Functional Devices Tech Tuesday with Henry Smith; Next Generation Innovation Episode 2 features Comfy’s Lindsay Baker; Gas Pressure Regulator’s 101 with Matt Koenig; Honeywell’s Release of WEBs-N4.2 with Spyder and Stryker Tools; Siemens OpenAir Damper Actuators; Sierra Monitor’s ProtoAir Wireless Gateway; Call for speakers and sponsors for the Haystack Connect 2017; Optergy, one CIO’s most promising energy management solution providers; EasyIO’s Mike Marston’s TCOM Video; and the 2 latest BAM podcasts from Phil Zito.

ControlTalk Now The Smart Buildings Podcast Episode 203

ControlTalk NOW — Smart Buildings PodCast for week ending Oct 30, 2016 features interviews with three industry experts: Ken Sinclair, owner and editor of Automated Buildings; Josh Bradshaw, Silicon Valley’s tech-tracking guru; and Fearless Phil Zito, author and editor of Building Automation Monthly. Take a look at OPTERGY’s Aurora and Proton solutions — Building Management has become a whole lot easier; Belimo’s up-coming webinar on their smart butterfly valve technology; John Sublett, Tridium’s CTO, interviews ControlTrends; and Mike Marston reviews EasyIO’s Sedona based FG-32+ architecture. Please note, the nomination period for the 2016 ControlTrends Awards is well underway! This is your opportunity to nominate your favorite products, solutions, vendors, technical support people and executives.

Next Generation Innovation Episode 001

Next Generation Innovation is all about Smart Buildings and Smart People from The Young Guns Perspective.

Rob Allen from Stromquist and Company along with his rotating co-hosts Josh Felperin, Jason Houck and Brad White invite guests to discuss HVAC, Lighting, Security and Smart Building Controls and their perspective of how it all fits and works together.

Whether you’re a manufacturer, contractor, distributor or end user there will definitely be something you’ll enjoy on the Next Generation Innovation podcast.

Episode 30 Building Automation Monthly with Phil Zito

In this episode, the very knowledgable Phil Zico, talks us through sequence of operation and gives us his 7 step process for making sure you get this critical process right. Get more Phil at Building Automation Monthly.

CPT 005 ControlTrends People Explores the Life of Ed Merwin

 

screen-shot-2016-09-28-at-10-31-48-pmOn episode 5 of ControlTrends People we take a deep dive into the life and times of one of the greats in our industry, Ed Merwin. Ed, the Director, Vykon Automation Energy Security at Tridium is credited by many, including us, as being one of the reasons Tridum and open platforms exist today. Ed , one of the  great communicators in our industry shares his early history including how he got into the business. Like all great people, Ed has had many mentors through his life. Ed shares the lessons he learned from these mentors, and the one thing he does before every presentation, that he believes makes the difference. If you have ever seen Ed din action, you know ne is the master of presentations. Success is not an accident,  and like all masters, Ed, has a very methodical approach, strong values, and other habits that set him apart. Thanks to Ed, for opening up and sharing the key things he has   learned over his incredible career.