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Building Automation - Go Wireless or Be Left Out

Frost & Sullivan ( ) will host an exclusive interactive briefing on September 28, 2005 at 1:00 p.m. EDT to provide manufacturers, distribution channels, end-users and other industry participants with an overview of the Videoconferencing Infrastructure Systems market challenges, and drivers and restraints for existing and emerging market participants.

Highlights of this briefing include: market overview, revenue and port shipment forecasts and information on sub segments of the market such as bridges, gateways, gatekeepers, IP vs. ISDN products and built-in vs. stand- alone MCUs.

"Use of wireless sensors in building automation technologies is a relatively new concept and the building automation market is still conservative," says Amit Jain, Research Analyst for Frost & Sullivan's Technical Insights division.

"Firstly there is very low awareness about the wireless technologies among the building automation players and secondly there is market resistance in the acceptance. Even if the market knows the technology, they are looking for the proof that it is going to work within an affordable price."

Those interested in participating in this exclusive outlook should send an email to Tori Foster, [email protected] , with the following information for registration: Full Name, Company Name, Title, Telephone Number, Fax Number and E-mail address. Upon receipt of the above information, a confirmation/pass code for the live briefing will be emailed to you.

"Emergence of technological standards such as Zigbee and the availability of compatible products in the market is expected to show significant improvements in the adoption of Wireless Sensors Technologies in the building automation domain," says Frost & Sullivan Technical Insights Analyst, Vedavalli Rangan.

This briefing will discuss some of the applications of wireless sensor technology in monitoring Structure health, Security and HVAC.

Also included will be the benefits of using wireless technology in building automation, market accelerators and barriers, and technological trends.

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