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If you want to learn building automation then you are in the right place. My name is Phil Zito and I am the CEO of Smart Buildings Academy. If you are a technician, operator, salesperson, or engineer the Smart Buildings Academy podcast is for you. Each week I tap into my vast experience in Building Automation and teach you the things no one else teaches. You will learn about BAS, HVAC, IT, Energy Management, Sales, Operations, Project Management, Cyber Security and so much more. Prior to fou ...
 
Abner Doubleday was a busy man. He rose to be a major general during the American Civil War, started the first cable car company in San Francisco, and is credited (though perhaps erroneously) with inventing the game of baseball. In 1861, he had the distinction as a captain to be second-in-command of Ft. Moultrie, one of the harbor defenses of Charleston, SC.. When that state seceded from the Union, Doubleday and the garrison of artillerists manning the fort were cut off from supplies and rei ...
 
Powerful Conversations features thought-leaders across industries and locations on a variety of business-oriented, leadership and entrepreneurial topics. Host Monica Phillips will moderate the show in a way that is engaging, funny, passionate, and brings value to you, the listener. Listen, engage, feel inspired, and give yourself permission to live a fulfilling life, now.
 
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I've always worked on the outside of retrocommissioning projects as an advisor or a technician. That's why in this episode I'm going to join you in exploring how retrocommissioning works and how to best approach it. Along the way, we are going to analyze strategies, processes, and tips and tricks to effectively retrocommission buildings.…
 
Lighting is one of the most common systems in the building and just like HVAC, we can't really use buildings without lighting. But how often do we actually discuss lighting and more importantly what do we really know about how lighting systems get selected, designed, and implemented. In this Smart Buildings Academy episode, I talk with design exper…
 
Have you ever found yourself challenged to understand the differences between two BAS? Maybe you're trying to understand the hype around all these new building automation technologies? If so you're not alone. In this week's episode of The Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we continue to answer listener questions around buying, designing, and selecti…
 
Are you wanting to start a career in building automation but you don't know where to start? Would you like a proven process to get a job in building automation? If so then this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast is for you. In this episode you will learn: Why BAS is a great career field What the different roles are in building automatio…
 
Does the idea of implementing integrated use cases seem overwhelming? Are you struggling with how to deal with the complexities of MSI and OT? In this week's episode, we unpack how to implement MSI and OT technologies on a small scale.
 
Are you feeling overwhelmed by all the noise when it comes to building automation products and buying decisions for building owners? If so your not alone! That's why on this week's podcast we are answering questions our listeners have related to selecting, upgrading, or buying a BAS. We received 72 questions and in this episode, we dive into the fi…
 
Have you ever wondered how the decisions to invest in building and property tech for commercial real estate are made? Are you curious how COVID-19 is going to affect investment and growth in the CRE market? Are you wondering how CRE assets are valued and how portfolio managers create and execute their prop-tech strategies? If so this episode is for…
 
Why is the industry embracing BACnet/SC? Is it a good idea? What are the ramifications of rolling out a new protocol stack to the market? In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, I discuss my thoughts on the BACnet/SC protocol and I discuss why it may or may not be a solution for your business.…
 
We are facing a shortage of 20,000+ BAS Professionals. Our current methods of workforce development are not keeping pace with the need for talented BAS professionals. In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we lay out a step-by-step plan to develop BAS technicians that can work independently in less than 180 days.…
 
In this episode, we discuss how to respond to troubleshooting calls. You will learn how to apply the five-question methodology to pinpoint troubleshooting issues and how to potentially address the issue before even showing up on site.
 
Have you been struggling to troubleshoot building automation, HVAC, and IT systems? If so you're not alone. In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we discuss how to effortlessly troubleshoot systems. In this episode you will learn: Our three-step troubleshooting process How to troubleshoot terminal units Server and network troubles…
 
2020 has been a challenging year and I firmly believe 2021 will be even more challenging. In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we are going to discuss what you can do to prepare yourself and your business for the changes coming to our industry.
 
Learn how to layout BAS inputs and outputs for your controls hardware designs in this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast. We discuss: How to determine what devices to select Where to start when engineering systems How to avoid overengineering systems How to address scope gaps and irregularities…
 
In this week's episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, you will learn the 5-step building controls hardware engineering process. We will discuss: How to perform proper takeoffs How to evaluate device selection' How to size systems How to handle add alternates How to design physical architectures And much more…
 
Is your building automation system secure? Does your BAS need to be secure? And what does secure even mean? In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy podcast, we discuss the fundamentals of cyber-security. We look at what cyber-security is, how to evaluate the need for cyber-security controls, and what cyber-security approaches you can use to …
 
Have you ever run into a project delay that wasn't your fault? Did you find yourself running into wall after wall when you tried to get the project team to help you out? If so this episode is for you! In this episode we discuss how to manage project expectations in the contracted environment.
 
What if I told you that you can develop a BAS Technician in 6 months? Would you believe me? The OJT myth is a belief that the only way we can develop technicians is to put them in the field for several years until they "figure out" how to "do it". In this episode we look at alternative employee development models and we explore how and when to best…
 
We are entering a retrofit market. Are you prepared to maintain your building automation sales pipelines in this new retrofit market? I remember when capital work largely dried up in 2009 and the only thing that kept me employed was my retrofit projects. In this episode, we discuss how to sell retrofit work.…
 
In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we are going to discuss how to troubleshoot common issues that we experience out in the field. Over the past couple weeks I've been keeping an eye out for questions on Facebook, HVAC forums, and LinkedIn. In this episode I am going to discuss common issues related to: Inputs and outputs Commun…
 
In this episode of the Smart Buildings Academy Podcast, we discuss how to get a job in building automation. We discuss the essential skills for getting a job in the building automation space, the different types of roles and what each role requires, and how to transition into those roles.
 
In this episode, we take a deep dive into how to use the consultative sales process to identify solutions to problems impacting your customer's business. We cover: How to profile your customer How to identify business and process problems How to gain buy-in for problem resolution How to avoid common deal killers How to create and propose solutions…
 
Tyson Soutter is an experienced smart buildings professional who has an extensive background in smart buildings technologies. Similar to myself, Tyson started as a technician and worked into more technical roles over the years. This enabled us to have a great conversation that went into the weeds on several topics. However, if you are not a technic…
 
Are you a building owner trying to figure out what actions you should be taking during new construction or major retrofit projects? If so this week's episode is for you. In this episode, we are going to discuss how to oversee a building automation project from the perspective of the owner. As I see it there are four phase gates for an owner to focu…
 
Managing building automation projects is tough. There are so many nested tasks and expectations that you need to oversee! In this week's episode, we discuss how to effectively manage Building Automation projects. In this episode you will learn: How to manage multiple projects at once The key action you must take to ensure a successful project How t…
 
Building out your BAS team for growth is one of the key factors for success Having people in the right roles at the right time will give you the ability to flex with your customer's needs and to address new potential work opportunities. In this episode, we are going to discuss how to structure your BAS Team. We are going to look at $1M, $10M and $5…
 
Do you have a formal onboarding process for your employees? Have you analyzed why and when your employees get stuck in their talent journey? In this episode, we discuss how to develop your building automation employees so that they are profitable and proficient from day one.
 
In this episode, we are going to be completing part two of creating your own pandemic mode. So last week's episode Episode 213, we started to dive into what pandemic mode was, how it works, and how to go about creating it. We ended up getting through most of the sequencing all the way to where we were starting to talk through pressurization and we …
 
In this episode, we walk through the fundamentals of IT. We look at the journey of a message from a BAS device through a network to another BAS device. In this lesson, you will learn about networking terminology, network traffic flow, and network devices.
 
How do you make your BAS data work for you? There is a lot of talk about data analytics and data tagging but that all assumes your BAS is properly using your data. In this episode, we discuss how data works, how to integrate disparate systems, tagging, data normalization, and data adaption.
 
How do you ensure that you have enough fresh air for your building? Post COVID-19 building operators are being asked to provide better ventilation control to their buildings. But how? In this episode, we discuss IAQ, airflow, and the strategies and standards related to their control. We also discuss the changes related to IAQ that are coming post C…
 
Moloch was an Ammonite Sun God and personified the detrimental effects of the sun's rays on earth. Bronze statues were erected in his honor throughout ancient Canaan and he was worshipped with the practice of human sacrifice. He was demonized in Hebrew lore, referred to "the abomination of the Ammonites" (1 Kings 11:7). --- Support this podcast: ht…
 
How do networks work? What do you as a smart building professional need to know about them? In this week's episode we discuss: How networks work The bottom 4 layers of the OSI Model How to configure networks What you need to know to talk to IT about networks How IP addressing works Common ports and their use in BAS…
 
Coronavirus will eventually clear up enough for the economy to reopen but what do you do after that? In this episode of The Building Automation Monthly Podcast, we discuss how to prepare your career for after Coronavirus. You will learn: How to inventory your current skillset How to bridge your current income gap How to seek out consulting/contract…
 
Today's buildings are largely disconnected from the outside world. This was fine until recently. With the growth in stay at home orders, people find themselves unable to remotely support their buildings. In this episode you will learn: How remote access works How to setup remote access Why you must create an access policy How to work with IT Which …
 
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