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InfoComm11 Session IS019In Control of the BuildingTypes of building control systems:   1. ________________________________...
What optimization can be attained by unifying building control systems?   1. ________________________________   2. _______...
Learning PointsFive things that I learned today:   1. ________________________________   2. ______________________________...
Notes / Questions / Follow Up                                                InfoComm11                           IS019 – ...
AppendixBuilding Control SystemsFigure 1                                                InfoComm11                        ...
Building Control Network TopologyFigure 2                                                         InfoComm11              ...
Building Automation Network TopologyFigure 3                                                            InfoComm11        ...
Building Automation Network TopologyFigure 4                                                            InfoComm11        ...
Reference / CreditsAHSRAE – American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineerswww.ashrae.orgAMX – w...
Instructor Bio                                    Steve Greenblatt                                    President, Founder, ...
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  1. 1. InfoComm11 Session IS019In Control of the BuildingTypes of building control systems: 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________Control protocols commonly used in building control: 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________Building controls are integrated _______________ or through____________________. InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |1
  2. 2. What optimization can be attained by unifying building control systems? 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________The AV system has the advantage of knowing the ______________ of the user and the____________ of the room.What does the AV industry bring to the building control world? 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________What are some of the benefits of an intelligent building? 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________ InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |2
  3. 3. Learning PointsFive things that I learned today: 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________ 5. ________________________________How can an understanding of building control impact my career and role in the industry? 1. ________________________________ 2. ________________________________ 3. ________________________________ 4. ________________________________ 5. ________________________________ InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |3
  4. 4. Notes / Questions / Follow Up InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |4
  5. 5. AppendixBuilding Control SystemsFigure 1 InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |5
  6. 6. Building Control Network TopologyFigure 2 InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |6
  7. 7. Building Automation Network TopologyFigure 3 InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |7
  8. 8. Building Automation Network TopologyFigure 4 InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |8
  9. 9. Reference / CreditsAHSRAE – American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineerswww.ashrae.orgAMX – www.amx.comAutomated Buildings – www.automatedbuildings.comBACnet – www.bacnet.orgCABA – Continental Automated Buildings Association – www.caba.orgChristopher Maione Associates – www.chrismaione.comCrestron Electronics – Integrated Building Technologyhttp://www.crestron.com/downloads/pdf/product_brochures/integrated_building_technology.pdfDavid Barnett, Westlake Reed LeskoskyField Server – www.fieldserver.comInfoComm International Audiovisual Systems Energy Management Standard –http://www.infocomm.org/cps/rde/xchg/infocomm/hs.xsl/11977.htm?txNoCookieAuth=yes&Lencore – www.lencore.comLonWorks / Echelon – www.echelon.comModbus – www.modbus.orgProject Green AV – www.projectgreenav.comTridium – www.tridium.com InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e |9
  10. 10. Instructor Bio Steve Greenblatt President, Founder, Control Concepts, Inc. steveg@controlconcepts.net www.controlconcepts.net www.linkedin.com/stevegreenblatt Twitter: @stevegreenblattProfessional BioAs one of the pioneers in the independent programming industry, Steve Greenblatt has learned a lotabout the importance of hard work, dedication, respect, quality, and reputation. It is these virtues thathave contributed to his professional development and that are the foundation of the establishment of hiscompany Control Concepts.Steve Greenblatt began his career with Crestron Electronics in 1993 as a Systems Engineer. Over the 3½ years that he spent at Crestron, Steve developed both technically and professionally. While workingon two of the largest Crestron projects at the time, Steve learned the value of organization, timemanagement, communication, and professionalism, all qualities which have proven to be essentialbuilding blocks of his career. Additionally, the relationships that were formed and the knowledge gained,throughout Steve’s tenure at Crestron, have provided him with lasting benefit throughout the years.In 1997, Steve used this entrepreneurial inclination to form an independent programming company at atime when independent programmers were not mainstream. Although he faced a number of challengesin getting established, the detailed approach, personal attention, and reliable service that Steve holds insuch high regard propelled Control Concepts toward steady growth and the establishment of a loyalfollowing.Over the years, Steve has dedicated time toward giving back to the audiovisual community by supportingthe Dashboard for Controls initiative, developing and instructing seminars for the InfoComm trade show,and becoming an active member in the Independent Programmers Council.As past-Chairman of the Independent Programmers Council and past-member of InfoComms Board ofGovernors council chair, Steve worked closely with steering committee members to embark on aninitiative to define best practices for independent programmers business operations. Involvement inInfoComm and connecting with the audiovisual community continue to be areas of focus about whichSteve is very passionate.Steve is currently a member of the InfoComm Energy Management Standard Committee seeking todefine guidelines and requirements for managing and measuring energy usage for audiovisual systems.Green AV is an area of interest for Steve and Control Concepts, which has produced an e-book andchecklist for utilizing control system solutions for energy management.It is Steve’s vision, leadership, and demeanor that have been the key elements in his professional growthand have been a driving factor behind his success. The reputation that Steve has built and therelationships that he has developed are the accolades in which he takes most pride.Steve is a graduate of Lehigh University with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering. InfoComm11 IS019 – In Control of the Building P a g e | 10

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