BACnet User Group meeting May 13, 2020 in New England
March 11, 2020
We are inviting you to attend our free BACnet User Group meeting supported by BACnet International on Wednesday, May 13, 2020, at Donohue's Bar and Grill in Watertown, MA.
The purpose of the BACnet User Group is to bring together the local BACnet user community twice a year to share tips, techniques, and pains on the use of the BACnet products and technologies. Please forward this email to anyone who might benefit from our meetings.
Assistant Director of Building Automation at Boston University
Topic:"Managing a BACnet Campus".
Dan will talk about the complex nature of a multi-vendor campus and utilizing the BACnet protocol to simplify management.
Dan has been in the BAS HVAC industry for over 10 years. He has experience in development and management of complete building controls upgrades, BAS project design and implementation, HVAC optimization, BAS Control Sequencing, BAS network architecture, etc. He works closely with the local utilities, engineers, BAS controls vendors and many other service providers to maintain existing systems as well as to develop and execute various projects that align with the goals of Boston University. Graduated from Northeastern University with a degree in computer engineering Graduated from Boston University with a degree in Master of Business Administration AEE - Certified Energy Manager
Cimetrics Founder & CEO
Topic: "Cybersecurity comes to Building Automation".
Jim Lee will discuss how the building owners, facility managers, and building integrators can address Building Cybersecurity concerns which are overlooked by BACnet/SC
Mr. Lee is the founder of Cimetrics and has acted as its CEO since its formation. Mr. Lee has been a leader in the embedded control networking and building automation community for over 20 years. As founder and former President of the BACnet Manufacturers Association, the leading open systems networking consortium in the building automation industry, and Mr. Lee's aggressive promotion of the BACnet open protocol standard has helped make Cimetrics a high-profile player in the arena. Mr. Lee has a B.A. in Physics from Cornell University.