Ron Zimmer – LIGHTSPACE CALIFORNIA 2018
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FEBRUARY 13 - 15, 2018 | LONG BEACH CONVENTION CENTER, CA

Ron Zimmer

CABA

Mr. Zimmer joined CABA in 1997 working with industry leaders who promote integrated systems and home/building automation throughout the world. CABA’s members include manufacturers, dealers, installers, service providers, energy utilities, builders, consultants, research organizations, publishers, educational institutions, governments, associations and content providers.

In addition to working closely with the CABA Board of Directors, Ron is actively involved with a number of industry committees/councils including the CABA Intelligent Buildings Council, CABA Connected Home Council, and represents CABA on the Automation Federation Board of Directors. He is also on the Advisory Board for IBcon, an intelligent buildings conference hosted by Realcomm. He was instrumental in establishing the CABA XML and Web Services Committee (oBIX), which now resides with OASIS.

He was also on the transition team that integrated the Internet Home Alliance into CABA, which became CABA’s Connected Home Research Council. Ron is a Certified Association Executive with over 30 years of Association Management experience. He has authored a number of articles and documents including, “Smart Communities: A Concept Paper,” and he regularly makes presentations on integrated buildings and home/building automation at many international industry events

  • Wednesday 14 February
    • 11:45

      Commercial apps from the smart home revolution

      Ron Zimmer of CABA
      Once technology designed for the commercial environment, such as the desktop computer, found its way into the home. Now that cutting-edge control technology and Internet-based applications are getting adopted in the residential sector first, the direction of travel has been reversed. So, what home-based technologies will we see in offices?