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    AHR Atlanta Jan 14-16th.

    Anyone I know going? Seems like some controls people will be there.

    https://ahrexpo.com/about/#

    Search presenters/booths
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    Scott Jalbert, WebCTRL ninja, Naiagara AX and Smartstruxure newb, SiteScan Retired

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    I am planning to go.
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    On the fence. Its in FL 2020. Sure seems like that may be more attractive climate in Jan\Feb.
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    Singed up. Look me up if you want to meet up for some frosties.
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    Will do. Will make plans when we are closer to the event.
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    Things we are moderately interested in and will try and attend;

    -BACnet 101 from an HVAC perspective BACnet International
    -Developing a Cyber Security Defense BACnet international
    -Ask the Expert have your BACnet questions answered BACnet International
    -WebCTRL 7 reporting dashboards and visualization ALC
    -Abies BACnet IP WiFi stats
    -Addressing risk in an IoT world Intertek
    -Next Gen HVAC controls Open Hardware Software Automatedbuildings.com
    -The future of super master systems integrater Automatedbuildings.com
    -Ethernet IO module with router function Neptronic
    -BASpi Contemporary Controls.
    Scott Jalbert, WebCTRL ninja, Naiagara AX and Smartstruxure newb, SiteScan Retired

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxBurn View Post
    -Next Gen HVAC controls Open Hardware Software Automatedbuildings.com
    -The future of super master systems integrater Automatedbuildings.com
    Your patience level must far exceed mine. One session with Ken 'n' team babbling on and making up words, would have me looking for the exit in 15 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxBurn View Post
    -Next Gen HVAC controls Open Hardware Software Automatedbuildings.com
    Your killing me. I just have to ask them how they foresee regulatory listings are going work with this? Smoke/UL/etc with open source, who covering the listing costs and just how will it be maintained in this case?

    I just started to look at the sessions and see what vendors are going to be there. Lon boys have some one on whats new in the lon world. Picking out cemetery plots? Might be interesting to listen to.
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    I think you could pick out some plots for Modbus and BACnet too, but I'm preferring cremation. But, start thinking to add those to the list of unnecessary things.
    Brings me back to questioning a Carrier article in about 1996 talking about the Internet and controls. They didn't have a clue of the mechanism, but I can see some options now so they weren't too far off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BetterDuck View Post
    Brings me back to questioning a Carrier article in about 1996 talking about the Internet and controls. They didn't have a clue of the mechanism, but I can see some options now so they weren't too far off.
    and only 22yrs to get the first few options...

    What's your point, another decade and maybe it gets some traction?
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    I'll let you research yourself about the rate of adoption

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    Normally do. Key to being able to sort out utter BS from reality.
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    Then you already know it's all over. Let me know if you think you can hold back the internet. I'm going to guess... no chance.

    Anyway, we will have working and running hardware like we always do and some of those things are actually doing what the others are simply talking about. Especially Ken and the groups like IBcon/Realcomm and ASHRAE so we are in agreement there.

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