The association will advise on the buildings and smart city market
September 9, 2016
LonMark® International, an association for the certification, education, and promotion of interoperability standards for control networking, announced it has joined as a partner in the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Grid Modernization Initiative Foundational Project 3: Interoperability.
New board committed to advancing successful use of BACnet protocol
February 5, 2016
BACnet International announced the results of its board of directors elections. The new board is comprised of eight industry executives who will continue to focus on expanding the successful use of the BACnet building automation protocol.
Open Protocol Smart Home Software to Bring Together All Home Appliances, Devices, and Services
April 8, 2015
ABB, Robert Bosch GmbH, and Cisco Systems Inc. have announced the formation of an international joint venture called mozaiq operations GmbH to develop and operate an open-software platform for smart homes. The companies said the platform will help to unify today’s stand-alone solutions for home automation.
In an effort to make it easier for technicians to install, service, diagnose, and troubleshoot HVACR equipment, ACCA’s Board of Directors adopted a motion “to implore the manufacturers of HVAC equipment to develop and implement open [nonproprietary], universal, onboard diagnostic [OBD] communication protocols.”
Organization Will Strengthen Focus on Energy Efficient Buildings
August 8, 2013
LonMark, a nonprofit association for the certification, education, and promotion of interoperability standards for control networking, has announced the addition of three new members to its board of directors.
Three New Members Strengthen Application Expertise
June 28, 2013
Davis Energy Group, Qualcomm Technologies Inc., and Synapse Electronique have joined the ClimateTalk Alliance, a nonprofit organization building a universal language designed to allow all home comfort systems to communicate.
LonMark International and the OpenADR Alliance announced that they are working together to enable interoperability between certified products that will better allow commercial buildings to manage their energy use on the smart grid.