Monthly Archives: October 2006

Linux in-flight entertainment

I traveled to Phoenix this week to give a BACnet and Lighting Applications presentation to the NEMA JSC on DALI. I flew there aboard a Song Airlines 757. During the powerup sequence for the plane, all the passengers were greeted … Continue reading

Posted in BACnet, Linux, software | Leave a comment

BACnet Plugfest Complete

Today was the final day of the BACnet Interoperability Workshop, or Plugfest as it is commonly called. Over the two and a half days we found only two bugs in the open source BACnet stack at SourceForge that I ported … Continue reading

Posted in BACnet, software | Leave a comment