Welcome to Episode 48 of the Building Automation Monthly Podcast.
This is the 2nd episode in the 3-part series on IT. In this episode, I will be teaching you a ton of information around compute, applications, and databases.
You will leave this episode with a much greater understanding of how to work with IT when it comes to servers, applications, and databases.
In this episode, I will be discussing:
In this episode, I take you with me on a journey into the world of information technology. One of the most requested topics is information technology and I understand why.
For most folks in the BAS world, IT is like a black art. Something that is full of acronyms, onery IT people, and miscommunication.
Or at least it used to be. Over the next four episodes, I am going to unpack the topic of information technology.
We are going to explore the four pillars of IT:
By the time you finish these episodes your knowledge of IT will have increased massively. In this episode, I will be discussing:
In this episode, I answer a question I got from a BAM nation subscriber around C02 control. I then proceed to dive deep into the core concepts around pressure, airflow, and heat transfer.
I look at these concepts from the perspective of a BAS professional and I share with you the valuable lessons I've learned working on some of the most complex BAS projects in the world.
By the time you finish this podcast episode you will have an understanding of:
Hydronic systems, also known as waterside systems, are critical to the performance of a building.
In this episode, I will be discussing hydronic systems and the key points that a BAS professional needs to know about them. You will leave this podcast episode with a solid understanding of the role that a building automation system professional plays when it comes to hydronic systems.
Airside systems can be confusing to folks who don't work on them every day. In this episode, I dive deep into what airside systems are and explore what the BAS professional needs to know.
2016 flew by and as I move into 2017 I've got a ton of ideas. But where do I start? What should I work on first. Add to the fact that I have very limited time due to my full-time day job.
As I was recording this podcast I realized that this challenge paralleled perfectly to the learning journey so many folks face when then first start learning BAS. How do you know what to study and how to study?
I discuss this and my plans for BAM in 2017.