Building automation systems are changing so fast that it is hard to keep up. The old method of attending a yearly seminar and relying on courses taught by folks, who have never even installed a building automation system doesn’t work.
All that happens is you end up:>
You know I'm right, you've seen it all too often:
Controls projects 90% done
Points showing up unreliable
Controls sequences that don't even adhere to the basic laws of physics....
You know how close knit the controls community is. Do you really want your name tied to bad installs and semi-functional buildings?>
My name is Phil Zito:
I am the integration program manager for the largest building automation system manufacturer in the world. I am responsible for designing the use cases, architectures, and sequences for the most complex smart building projects in the world.>
But it wasn't always this way...
In the summer of 2007, I was a new military veteran caught up in corporate downsizing.
Panic set in. There I was six months after leaving the military with my wife and 1-year-old daughter depending on me to make ends meet...
So how did I get to:>
Here’s what it did for me…
This knowledge took me from struggling to make $40,000 a year as a building automation technician in 2007 to making a healthy six-figure salary in early 2009 and for the past seven years!A few of the other benefits I've gained from this knowledge are:>
Building Automation Systems A to Z provides an entertaining and informative overview of a BAS. This book is structured in a way that a person at any skill level can easily navigate to the section and information they need.
Phil’s teaching style is straightforward and easy to understand; his book provides a solid foundation and is an excellent resource for anyone in the industry. The training that Phil Zito provides in this book and on his website goes a long way to fill the training void that currently exists in the building automation community.>
Building Automation System A to Z is exactly what I was hoping it would be, a solid introduction to the fundamentals of BAS.
I come from a mechanical engineering and, to a lesser extent, IT background. I am highly interested in BAS, but had no idea where to start my learning venture.
Phil Zito's book proved to be exactly what I was looking for. It provides a solid foundation of what BAS is and its components. He then further introduces you to electrical and IT fundamentals, BAS maintenance, procurement, upgrading, BAS management, system integration and even analytics.
After reading his book, I feel much more confident in any situation wherein I may need to know some fundamental BAS concepts (such as an interview).
If you need a solid jumping off point or just need to expand you current base knowledge of building automation systems, I highly recommend you read this book.>
as a primer, Phil Zito's "Building Automation A to Z" offers a thorough introduction to BAS systems which are complex, difficult to install, maintain, and upgrade with many moving parts.
the book offers a sweeping overview of the main concepts that would interest a building owner seeking a tighter, money-saving operation or someone thinking about a career as a building controls technician or contractor.
Phil shares insights, knowledge, terminology, and concepts in easy-going writing style including subjects which are presented with an attitude of "you can do this!"
The author is very dedicated (and it shows!) to passing on years of practical tips to streamline and standardized experience-tested methods which, if adopted, can lead to saving time and preventing expensive downtime.
This book spans a great variety of topics like: purchasing, maintaining, and updating BAS systems with industry observations which are unique and rarely shared in printed form.
Here too, you will find several chapters that focus on: system components; a structured approach to installed systems; upgrading existing systems; an overview of building design, construction and commissioning; IT (information technology) concepts; the buzz surrounding IoT; and career guidance all within its 3xx pages.
and yet, the book needs an index, a glossary of terms and references to supplemental readings including the author's own blog entries and podcasts.
book could use more diagrams to help explain processes of configuring, installing, troubleshooting BAS.
this useful book is part of a large multi-media project: teaching the intricacies of building automation. the book and the author's website deliver a comprehensive educational resource accessible to those interested in learning about all aspects and complexity of building automation.>
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All of this comes from my new program.
And here’s the deal. The knowledge I am going to give to you is invaluable. This knowledge has dramatically accelerated my career and given me opportunities I could only dream of.Will this knowledge do that for you?
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By the time you finish this book, you will:>
Every now and then you experience a choice in your life that will impact everything you do from that moment on, this is one of those choices:
You can continue with what you’ve been doing to increase your knowledge on building automation systems (or worse, do nothing at all).
You know where that will lead. Is that really where you want to go?
Or are you one of the few who will decide they’ve had enough of being just basic and will take a new action, and get a new result.
So ask yourself, what do you want for yourself?
If you’ve had enough with the status quo and you want the better way that I’ve shown you is possible then here’s what to do…
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