LonMark International Announces Free
Sessions to Address the use of LON for Worldwide
International, a member-based, non-profit organization
enabling interoperable systems based on the ISO/IEC 14908 and
ANSI/CEA-709 series of standards, today announced a series of
free technical webinars to be scheduled through the remainder of
2020. These member driven webinars from Adesto, BeeZeeLinx,
Citylone, Flashnet, Gesytec, Megachips, Occitaline, Safesquare
and Vossloh Schwabe, will take a deep dive into new developments
within smart cities, smart buildings and IoT.
"LonMark recently has generated at the Board level a refreshed
strategy, vision and value proposition to become more highly
visible in the areas of advocacy, policy and thought leadership.
LMI and its members are committed to educating the industry on
the value of open, interoperable systems by providing useful
insight, tools, and resources," said Rolf Bienert, executive
director, LMI. “This webinar series from our members will
provide attendees with technical and insightful content on a
number of topics impacting the industry today."
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June 25: The
Integration of Open Networking Protocols at the Edge Using IoT
Access Protocol (IAP)
-Mark Buckland, Adesto
July 2: Public Lighting Management: The Way to Your Smart City
-Francois Achard, Citylone
July 9: ANSI/CTA 709.8 High-Speed Network Design Guideline – Part 1
-Masa Konishi, MegaChips
July 16: What are the Absolute Requirements for a Smart City
Technology Solution Platform?
-Jorg Schneck, Vossloh Schwabe
Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions at the end of
the live presentations. For more information about each webinar,
speakers and to register, please visit:
https://www.lonmark.org/webinars/. The webinar series will
resume in the Fall.
NOTE: The webinars will be recorded and posted to the LonMark
website for future reference.
About LONMARK International
Building from a foundation of making complex technologies
accessible, interoperable and high value, LMI brings together our
members’ collective skills, capacity and experience to identify and
develop solutions for the key challenges facing our world today. A
member-based, non-profit organization LMI enables interoperable
systems based on the ISO/IEC 14908 and ANSI/CEA-709 series of
standards. LMI has tested and certified over 1,000 products and has
certified over 1,000 industry professionals worldwide. Products
based on the ISO/IEC 14908 and ANSI/CEA-709 standards are installed
in over 500,000 buildings worldwide. For more information, visit
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