Resource pages for "Interoperability"-related posts for facility managers (FMs), building operations professionals and decision-makers in all industry sectors.
The report details the trends in access control that security and IT professionals are witnessing and foreseeing in the years to come.
Focused on interoperability of physical security products, ONVIF profiles are a fixed set of features that must be supported by a conformant device.
Beyond energy savings, connected lighting is a pathway to intelligent use of space and better building diagnostics.
An open architecture model is the lynchpin for adopting the latest technologies in access control to meet the changing requirements facility executives face. A talk with Mercury Security President, Matt Barnette, elaborates on the company’s innovations as well as industry trends.
Joint development of open, global specification for energy harvesting wireless communication technology will help meet growing demand for interoperable, self-powered IoT sensor solutions.
Each industry sector has distinct security demands, but there are common threads for facility executives.
In cultivating a smart building with integrated systems, facility managers can “show, share, and strategize.”
Here are 10 concepts to watch now and in the coming years. From the May 2013 issue.
Thanks to the "Internet Of Things," smarter facilities may become a reality through a burgeoning number of IP addresses. From the April 2013 issue.
The 2011 Guide lists 500 products, 400 industry professionals certified by LonMark International, and 17 worldwide training and testing centers.
This event permits vendors to test their BACnet products in a neutral and friendly environment with BACnet devices from other vendors.
LonMark International, a non-profit association recognized for the certification, education, and promotion of interoperability standards for the benefit of manufacturers, integrators, and end users, has announced new representatives to its Board of Directors.