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Waterloo, ON – Research In Motion (RIM) (NASDAQ: RIMM; TSX: RIM) will host the BlackBerry World™ conference from May 3-5, 2011 in Orlando, Florida. BlackBerry World delivers the latest information surrounding the BlackBerry platform to business leaders, IT professionals, BlackBerry Channel Partners, software vendors and solution providers.
BlackBerry World will provide attendees with the opportunity to receive first-hand advice from industry experts, network with peers and get an in-depth view of BlackBerry products and services. It will feature keynotes from some of today’s leading mobile thinkers, over 100 breakout sessions, Hands-on Labs, BlackBerry training, certification opportunities and more.
PALO ALTO, Calif. – February 21, 2011 – HP today announced new product solutions and applications that help advance telehealth adoption and accessibility for healthcare organizations and patients nationwide, promoting improved quality and efficiency of healthcare.
HP will demonstrate the following collaborative solutions introduced at the annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) conference and exhibition (booth 731):
Lifebot® is designed to provide a secure, mobile emergency medical services (EMS) telemedicine solution.
Canvys delivers advanced display systems for patient monitoring, bio-medical displays, ultrasound, cardiac imaging and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS).
Overview of Wireless Energy Management Systems
Energy management has become very vital these days as a result of the increasing energy rates. Almost all business people think of employing some way for reducing energy usage. But for people running business in small buildings, getting an Energy Management System (EMS) installed can be difficult to rationalize in terms of the actual cost.
The returns on the actual investment for the conventional system may take a span of years to prove substantial. So the common opinion is that EMS is too intricate and expensive for smaller buildings, and hence owners are hesitant to try out the option.
However, Wireless Energy Management Systems are more effective as they save energy rates to a greater extent and are profitable. Wireless systems have many benefits that make installation possible in an extensively larger number of buildings than conventional wired systems.
The majority of commercial buildings these days are smaller buildings in the range of 1,000 square feet to 5,000 square feet. Wireless energy Management Systems are an endowment to the building owners in this floor size group as they are more willing to go for the wireless installation for its wide range of benefits.
Configuration of Wireless Energy Management System
Wireless Energy Management System consists of a configuration of sensors, sub-metering devices, and controls. The network includes a large self-healing mesh which increases the reliability of the configuration. It is designed using browser based remote system which makes monitoring easier with the help of a remote control. It can also be integrated with open protocol automation systems.