Download Two New FREE Building Automation Tools
The Multi-Tier Project Check List spreadsheet is an example of a simple project check list of ownership and responsibilities.
The Sample HVAC Wall Units Points List Profile #85.40 helps users identify the specific requirements of building equipment and provides the vendor, integrator and designer with a template to use as part of a project specification.
These tools are used in Ron Bernstein‘s Building Automation course, approved for: 8.5 AIA LU/HSW Credits. In this course, you’ll learn to design the networked, ‘smart’ buildings of the future by spending five weeks with Ron and Consulting-Specifying Engineer. This is an opportunity to learn building system design and earn continuing education units through a hands-on, interactive course.
Each of the five topics are also offered a la carte, if you’re only interested in that topic.
You can register for them individually here:
- An Introduction to Smart Buildings
- Fundamentals of Building Open Control Networking Systems
- Smart Building System Design and System Integration
- Specifying Building Automation Systems
- An Introduction to Designing Building Automation Dashboards, User Interfaces, and Public Kiosks
More about Ron Bernstein
Ron Bernstein is president of RBCG, LLC providing consulting, engineering, research, and educational services to organizations needing help navigating their energy and automation strategy. RBCG works with end users, owners, specifiers, suppliers, and integrators to develop IoT, interoperability, and open systems approaches to building automation, smart cities, outdoor lighting, BAS system design, network security, control system architecture, and communication protocol implementations. He is a significant contributor to ASHRAE’s new Building Automation System (BAS) Guide Specification, the MSSLC’s Adaptive Roadway Lighting Guidespec, CEA 709.5/6 LonWorks Home and Building Device Interoperability Standards, the US Army Corps of Engineers Unified Monitoring and Control Specification, Suncor Energy’s BAS and BMS Standards for the Oil and Gas industry, and many others.