Friday, January 22, 2010

BACnet Restaurant

The ASHRAE conference headquarters hotel for the Orlando meeting just starting, the Rosen Shingle Creek, is rather isolated and a $20-30 cab ride (round trip) to "restaurant row." With very few of the BACnet committee having arrived, and most of them in other hotels because this one sold out so quickly, I decided to walk over to the adjoining steak house.

Waiting for dinner to arrive I looked around a bit and to my surprise I saw an Alerton Microset on the wall. (Wherever I go I'm usually curious to see whose controls are installed, but it's not always so obvious.) Inquiring about the history of the restaurant, I determined that "A Land Remembered" had to be a BACnet restaurant.

Oh, and the food was good too.

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