Teletrol CEO to Present at OpenEMS Seminar - Agenda to Cover Convergence of Open Data Communication Protocol and Building Automation

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Teletrol Systems' CEO, Andy McMillan, will be the featured presenter at an OpenEMS Seminar being hosted by Speer Mechanical. The presentation will show building owners and operators how they can improve their building value by leveraging BACnet, Web services, and other standards-based information technologies. The presentation will take place at the OSU Longaberger Alumni House on Wednesday, March 11, 2009 from 11:30am until 1:30pm. Andy McMillan, CEO of Teletrol Systems, Inc. and President of BACnet International will present, "OpenEMS: Building Value with BACnet, Web Services and Information Technology." Open Energy Management Systems (OpenEMS) establish cost-effective connections between applications and organizations throughout a building or collection of buildings. Commented McMillan, "The philosophical framework of OpenEMS is a great way to help the convergence of building automation and energy management technologies." He continued, "The benefits of OpenEMS to building owners and operators are plentiful, and I look forward to discussing them at the seminar."

The philosophical framework of OpenEMS is a great way to help the convergence of building automation and energy management technologies.

Teletrol Systems Inc. today announced that its CEO, Andy McMillan, will be the featured presenter at an OpenEMS Seminar being hosted by Speer Mechanical. The presentation will show building owners and operators how they can improve their building value by leveraging BACnet, Web services, and other standards-based information technologies. The presentation will take place at the OSU Longaberger Alumni House on Wednesday, March 11, 2009 from 11:30am until 1:30pm.

Andy McMillan, CEO of Teletrol Systems, Inc. and President of BACnet International will present, "OpenEMS: Building Value with BACnet, Web Services and Information Technology." Open Energy Management Systems (OpenEMS) establish cost-effective connections between applications and organizations throughout a building or collection of buildings. Commented McMillan, "The philosophical framework of OpenEMS is a great way to help the convergence of building automation and energy management technologies." He continued, "The benefits of OpenEMS to building owners and operators are plentiful, and I look forward to discussing them at the seminar."

Brian Blanchard, General Manager of the Building Automation Systems Division of Speer Mechanical said, "We are very pleased that Mr. McMillan is joining us for this presentation. His deep experience in building automation, open systems, and information technologies will certainly benefit our group and make the seminar a very compelling event."

For more information about this event, please contact Megan Gilbride (mgilbride@speermechanical.com) of Speer Mechanical. To see animated demonstrations of the OpenEMS concept, please visit: http://www.openems.com

About Speer Mechanical
With four integrated divisions, Speer Mechanical can play an important role in your building's lifespan. For over 80 years, we have been providing mechanical design, construction, building controls, and maintenance services. Our experience in the industrial, commercial and institutional markets enables us to serve a wide range of clients, including manufacturing, high-rise office, healthcare, state and local governments, the federal government and private colleges. Speer Mechanical is headquartered in Columbus, OH. For more information, please visit: http://www.speermechanical.com.

About Teletrol Systems Inc.
Teletrol is a leading supplier of IT-friendly energy management systems and building controls designed around BACnet, Internet and Information Technology standards. Teletrol solutions enable building owners to reduce energy consumption, improve occupant comfort and lower operating costs. Teletrol's suite of software and hardware products enables building professionals to integrate, automate, and manage buildings easily and efficiently Teletrol Systems Inc. is privately held by Dean Kamen, entrepreneur, champion for science and technology, and inventor of the Segway™ HT, located in Manchester, New Hampshire. For more information, please visit http://www.teletrol.com.

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