Webinars

Meet Our Members Webinar Series

Below you will find a variety of upcoming webinars part of a series called “Meet our Members.” All webinars are listed with a title, brief overview, a bio of each speaker and the link to register.

The webinars will be recorded and once available will be posted to the LMI site.

If you have any questions please contact us.

BMS security protocol with LON, IzoT, BACnet, Modbus over IP. (English)

For many years all BMS protocols were installed without  cybersecurity. The only activity focusing on security was access control and hotel room control.

Today with the large number of BMS systems deployed, the security on existing installations is introduced in mind. For new projects  cybersecurity is requested in sensitive installations, but 90% of the installations use one or many protocols such as LonWorks, KNX, BACnet or Modbus without cybersecurity for more than 10 or 20 years.

In this webinar you will find out :

  • If a proprietary solution is better than an open and interoperable solution
  • if your BMS installation is sensitive and why
  • which solution is most robust for cybersecurity
  • what do you need to modify if you want to increase the protection of your systems
  • which protocol has proven its security
  • which protocol has been modified recently to introduce cybersecurity.

If you are an  integrator, a manufacturer, a building owner or in maintenance, this technical webinar will give you more insight  into the cybersecurity approach and will also give some key points for discussion with your partners.

Speaker: Daniel Zotti, Occitaline SAS

Daniel Zotti became a French trainer for Echelon and trained the first generation of LonWorks software engineers, as well as integrators and manufacturers for more than 20 years. Meanwhile, he started a company called Newron System in 1993, which became the world’s reference for BMS software integration using the LonWorks protocol as well as using other protocols like KNX and BACnet . That same year, together with Didier Tymen he established the LonUsers France association (nowadays called LonMark Francophone) in order to unite and organize all the actors in the LonWorks technology focusing on the possibilities of technical and trading developments. For approximately 15 years, Daniel Zotti is active all over Europe to appraise LonWorks buildings, offering a global vision of stakes in network infrastructures. In 2013, Occitaline was established beingthe logical continuation of this technical and commercial approach: using the knowledge and field experience to conceive and setup the new generation of infrastructure products aiming at building automation networks.

To register for the event please use the link below

Date and Time: Thursday October 8, 15:00 CEST

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La sécurité dans les protocole de GTB avec Lon, IzoT, BACnet et Modbus

TBD

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Date and Time: Thursday October 15, 17:30 CEST

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What are the Absolute Technical Requirements for a Smart City Solution?

Everything a city needs to enable smart streetlighting, wastebin management, traffic management and full scale energy savings.

Speaker: Jörg Schneck, Vossloh Schwabe

Jörg Schneck took up the position of Field Application Engineer at Echelon in 2000, where he was responsible for the German speaking countries and Eastern Europe. Echelon was a key player in the development of powerline for smart metering and offered a well established technology platform for smart network devices like streetlight control. In 2006 Jörg joined Siteco Control where he was responsible for the business development as well as for the marketing and sales activities for the streetlight management system. In 2011 Jörg joined Vossloh Schwabe – a 100% subsidiary of Panasonic – and as General Manager he is responsible for the sales and marketing activities within the light management group.

To register for the event please use the link below

Date and Time: Thursday October 22, 17:00 CEST

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Cybersecurity and Smart Cities and Buildings

TBD

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Date and Time: Thursday October 29, 9:00 CEST

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