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SC Chapter Meeting - Building Automation Systems and Controls Basics



Topic: "Building Automation Systems and Controls Basics"

This presentation has been put together to provide an overview of building automation systems in 2019:  
the technology, the trends, and the challenges. 
Technology moves forward everywhere in a relentless, inescapable manner.  The cycle time for the 
introduction and adoption of new technologies that displace current products (and services) is getting 
shorter and shorter.  This has become most evident in the software industry.  Five years from now, 
Microsoft most likely will not be selling or supporting the operating systems and software we use today.  
Microprocessors, memory chips, and other electronic components will not be available, and the software 
and communication protocols will be replaced with new technologies.  
It is not much different for the BAS industry.  We will look at the changes, the components, and trends – 
where will we be in 5 years?  

 

About the Speaker: 
Lorrie Todd



Much of Mike’s career has been focused on using technology to drive awareness, occupant 
safety, sustainability and energy savings in multi-site and large facilities.  Mike has been in the 
HVAC / BAS industry since 1997, as a technician, controls engineer, facility manager/director, 
consultant, and regional account manager.  Mike graduated from National-Louis University out 
of Wheeling, IL with a BS in Management with a minor in Mechanical & Electrical Technology.  
Mike has been with Johnson Controls for 4 years; his work and responsibilities include supporting 
BAS and Systems Products training, marketing and sales for critical control, energy management, 
and sustainability projects. 





Directions to meeting:


Still Hopes Directions
When:
Tuesday, November 19, 2019, 5:30 PM until 7:30 PM
Where:
Still Hopes
1 Still Hopes Dr
West Columbia, SC  29169
Contact(s):
Michael Rushing
Category:
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