Date: December 19, 2017 | Time: 1:00PM CST | Duration: 1 Hour

Maintaining Your Competitive Advantage with New Verasys™ Features

Verasys has provided optimal user experiences for light commercial environments. The smart and simple plug-and-play controls system continues to evolve with new features and benefits to maximize occupant comfort and energy efficiency.

Get a glimpse of the recently enhanced simple user interface and data sharing capabilities and be the first to preview upcoming capabilities, such as cloud connectivity and lighting control.

In this webinar, Ham Daneshmand and Robb Snawerdt will discuss how Verasys continues to leverage smart equipment technology in a way that not only sets the building controls system apart from its competitors, but also supports the contractors and building owners’ overarching goals: ease of installation and reduced operating costs.

As part of this discussion, the presenters will highlight several key examples of the enhanced user interface that have shown immense conversion value and touch on future applications including:

  • New user experiences of the spaces view
  • Ability to share data from one source to multiple destinations
  • Simple interface to backup all Smart Equipment devices within the system
  • Support for other light commercial applications
  • Wireless and global scheduling and the integration of refrigeration products into the plug-and-play ecosystem

Robert Snawerdt, Product Manager, Johnson Controls

Robert Snawerdt is the Smart Equipment Product Manager for Johnson Controls. He works for the Buildings Technologies and Solutions business unit and is currently responsible for Smart Systems building solutions. During his twenty five year career with Johnson Controls, he has held various positions, from Systems Application Engineer to System Engineering Leader. Robb is a graduate of Wichita State University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering.

Ham Daneshmand, Senior Product Manager, Johnson Controls

Ham Daneshmand is the senior product manager for Verasys Mid-Market as well as Smart Equipment and PEAK at Johnson Controls. In his 25 years with the company, he’s held a variety of roles including operations manager of installation and services at Camp Pendleton Marine base, program manager of system integration services, and engineering manager of system integration products. He holds a BS in Electrical Engineering and a Masters of Electrical Engineering from University of Louisville.