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Why New Daedalus?

Daedalus was the mythical great architect and artificer of the classical world. Today, embedded intelligence is enabling the most profound changes in the way we create and use buildings since his day.

Building Intelligence meets the Intelligent Building. The Intelligent Building negotiates with the Intelligent Grid. How will this transform how we interact with the physical world?

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Back to Silicon Valley

I am off to Santa Clara for the week to participate in Connectivity Week. It should be fun.

There are pre-conference sessions on OpenADR, Caifornia's new Demand-Response standard and on how construction Specifications have to change to meet the needs of intelligent buildings.

I have been busy the last few days getting ready for a track I am running Tuesday on Green Enterprise / Green Buildings we are calling Buildings 2.0 meets Web 2.0.  We will discuss the changes in building integration needed to enable new business models for building systems and their interactions with the power grid. The resulting new market will dwarf all others in opportunity over the next decade. This track brings together experts in building systems, the electrical grid, e-commerce, and standards development to discuss the new (to the world of engineered systems) skills and approaches that leadership in this new economy will require.
Look for experts in enterprise interoperability, in e-commerce, and in new open source efforts for building-enterprise middleware.

I am participating in other tracks as well. I'll try to post, but I may be quite busy until next weekend. 



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