VizLore Interview: How Will the IoT Create More Intelligent Buildings?

  In covering the growing power of the open source/open data movement in commercial buildings, I learned about VizLore and its Software-Defined Network (SDN) approach. SDN is an open programming model that is foundational for new Platform as a Service (PaaS) IoT applications like  VizLore’s. VizLore soft sensors and analytics derive insight and value from … Continue reading VizLore Interview: How Will the IoT Create More Intelligent Buildings?

‘Death of Controls Industry’ as Explained by Darren Wright of Arup

Darren Wright, a Director at Arup, has released a video stream of his presentation on the history and future of the controls industry on youtube. It’s a very on-point statement on the topic from the viewpoint of an experienced building commissioning expert. His understanding of the development of control automation goes all the way back … Continue reading ‘Death of Controls Industry’ as Explained by Darren Wright of Arup

Selling to Developers: Open Source is the New Marketing

I hope you’ve seen the new Project-Haystack Connections ezine for Spring 2016. Here’s a link. Project-Haystack is certainly growing in strength as an open-source software organization as it advances the technology of semantic tagging and data modeling for smart devices, buildings, energy systems and the general Internet of Things. The new zine was launched with the mindset … Continue reading Selling to Developers: Open Source is the New Marketing

Project-Haystack Connections ezine Launched

Click here for your copy of the new  digital magazine. Project-Haystack is an open source initiative to streamline working with data from the Internet of Things. Today’s systems, equipment, smart devices and IoT applications are generating tremendous amounts of data. However, the data can be very hard to organize, integrate and use across different applications for … Continue reading Project-Haystack Connections ezine Launched