Be sure to attend the free educational session "Sedona Framework - Best Opportunity for Open Control" being held at AHR Expo 2017 on Monday, January 30 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM in room N239. Thanks to Ken Sinclair of AutomatedBuildings.com, this session has recently been added to Ken's long-running annual contribution to building automation education during AHR Expo.
Sedona Framework is an open control technology designed to assist system integrators in quickly implementing IP-based building automation programs. Using a drag-and-drop programming methodology, components are interconnected onto a wire sheet and configured to create applications. Originally developed by Tridium, the technology is now championed by a dedicated Sedona community of developers and integrators striving to make Sedona an open control language free of licenses and available to all.
This session provides a quick introduction to the Sedona language; an overview of the free programming tool; experiences from a systems integrator implementing common HVAC applications; and plans for a Sedona Alliance.
The AHR Expo educational session will feature four speakers. Zach Netsov, Product Specialist, will introduce the Sedona language and provide an overview of the free programming tool. Jon Vietti, a DDC Controls Consultant/Specialist, will share his experience developing sequences for common HVAC applications using Sedona. John Petze, Project Haystack Executive Director, will discuss open standards and the history of the Sedona development. Finally, George Thomas Acting Executive Director, Sedona Alliance, will discuss the goals of the Sedona Alliance.
Ken Sinclair, Founder of AutomatedBuildings.com, will be moderating the session.
Be sure to join us in room N239 on Monday, January 30 at 10:30 AM to learn more about Sedona Framework and the new Sedona Alliance.