IES Atlanta invites you to join us Tuesday, October 8th for Wireless is More 2.0. A seminar discussing how wireless technology is gaining popularity in building controls with Mark Lane, who is the Product Manager for nLight Air with Acuity Brands.
This presentation is registered with AIA or IDCEC for CEU(s). Certificates will be provided, upon request, after the event.
Networking starts at 5:30PM followed by the discussion from 6-7PM. A light dinner & refreshments will be provided. Cost for the event is $20 for IES Members or $25 for non-Members.
Wireless technology is gaining popularity in building controls. In the backdrop of changing design trends and tightening building codes, it is important to:
- understand the fundamentals of wireless technology
- explore the potential risks of promoting wireless
- reconcile the reward of wireless control benefits.
In this course you will learn the important qualifiers of a robust wireless controls solution that will ensure a successful installation.
Mark Lane is a graduate of Penn State with a degree in Electrical Engineering. He started his career at GE in one of their Leadership Programs and has held positions in operations, applications engineering, product management and program management at various electro-mechanical companies over the years. Prior to joining Acuity Brands, Mark was Program and Product Develop Manager at Ametek’s Thermal Management Systems Division. He has currently worked at Acuity Brands for 4 years and held a variety of Product Management roles including: Commercial Outdoor, ROAM in Outdoor Controls, and nLight AIR in Controls/Digital Lighting Networks (Current).