November 16-18, 2010: BACnet Interoperability Workshop

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This event permits vendors to test their BACnet products in a neutral and friendly environment with BACnet devices from other vendors.

November 16-18, 2010: BACnet Interoperability Workshop

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November 16-18, 2010: BACnet Interoperability Workshop

The BACnet International BACnet Testing Laboratories Working Group invites manufactures of BACnet products to attend the 2010 Interoperability Workshop at the Westin Atlanta Perimeter North Hotel in Atlanta, GA. This is the eleventh annual BACnet Interoperability Workshop and is hosted this year by BACnet International.

This event permits vendors to test their BACnet products in a neutral and friendly environment with BACnet devices from other vendors. Last year more than 98 BACnet engineers representing 35 companies attended the workshop and improved their BACnet implementations and testing methods.

Workshop participants should be very familiar with the software and hardware that implements the capabilities being tested and are expected to have a good understanding of the BACnet protocol. The Workshop will be open only to active participants. Each company may bring one or two testing teams, with a maximum of two people per team at any particular time.

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