BACnet User Group New England March 30, 2017

by Svetlana Lyons March 13, 2017

BACnet User Group New England March 30, 2017

Do you work with BACnet - a data communication protocol for building automation and control network? Want to know more about it? You are invited to the New England BACnet User Group free event on March 30, 2017 at PTC offices 

at 140 Kendrick St, Needham, MA 02494. PTC is a global technology provider of the leading IoT and AR platform. The purpose of the BACnet User Group is to bring together the local BACnet user community on a quarterly basis to share tips, techniques and pains on the use of the BACnet products and technologies. 

Please join us. You can also see the updates on our website.

If you haven't discovered our website or subscribed to the User Group forum yet, please do so!

Dinner and drinks will be served courtesy of BACnet International!

 on March 30, 2017 at PTC offices at 140 Kendrick St, Needham, MA 02494. PTC is a global technology provider of the leading IoT and AR platform. The purpose of the BACnet User Group is to bring together the local BACnet user community on a quarterly basis to share tips, techniques and pains on the use of the BACnet products and technologies. 

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We will share experience with BACnet integration projects and have a Q and A session. Meet our speakers:

Gabriel Kirby

"VRF and BACnet - what are their similarities and differences. How they work together."

Gabriel is a Field Control Specialist at LG where he has a great controls knowledge working with nearly every major controls manufacturer in the US. His responsibility is field warranty support for the V-NET Controls product line. He also assists with training and education materials as well as development of future products. He has successfully integrated LG's BACnet gateway with Siemens, Honeywell, Schnieder, Johnson Controls, Automated Logic, Delta Controls, Reliable Controls, Crestron, KMC, and Alerton products. He has previously worked as a Systems Technician at Johnson Controls and was an in-house fire and security controls technician for the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta.

Leathem, Mike

"Beyond BACnet: Tying BACnet Systems with Non-BACnet and IOT Platforms." 

 

Mike Leathem is Senior Applications Engineer, as part of the Product Management team at the PTC Portland Office (previously Kepware). Mike has been in this role for 2 years, working with customers, internal development teams and channel partners to identify product requirements, manage the development backlog and guide product releases. This has included significant work on the BACnet driver.

Prior to working at Kepware Mike has had a diverse engineering career doing hardware product development for Scientific Instruments and GPS devices, as well as manufacturing work in technical ceramics and microelectronics.

Mike has a BS in Electrical Engineering from Syracuse and an MS in Microelectronics from RIT.

When he isn't working as an engineer, Mike can be found playing in the White Mountains.

Please join us. You can also see the updates on our website.

 




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