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02/04/2013

2012 Control Trend Awards Winners

 
Meet the winners of the 2012 Control Trend Awards

More than 150 HVAC and Automation Control executives gathered at the Control Trends Awards luncheon on Tuesday, January 29, 2013, to recognize and honor the finalists and winners of the 2012 Control Trend Awards (CTAs), a first-of-its-kind event established by the industry for the industry.

The Control Trends Awards recognize and honor leading companies, products, technologies and persons in specific categories from the Building Automation and HVAC Controls industry that are making a difference. Category nominees were selected by the Control Trends Academy, the 100-members plus global governing body and nominating committee with the winners selected by industry wide vote. The winners in each category represent the products and persons selected by the industry who are making an impact on their segment and are continuing to move the industry forward.

2012 Control Trends Award Winners

 

Variable Frequency Drive of the Year
Honeywell Smart VFD

 

Thermostat of the Year
Viconics VT7600 Series

Commercial Product of the Year
Belimo Energy Valve

Automation Graphic Tool of the Year
DGLux by DGLogik

Building Energy Management Application
Johnson Controls Panoptix

Building Automation Controller of the Year
Easy IO-30P-SF

Vendor Technical Support Company of the Year
Belimo

Building Automation System of the Year
Vykon

Commercial HVAC Control Vendor of the Year
Honeywell

Most Valuable Support Person of the Year
James Johnson, Vykon
Barry Gordon, ACI

Person of the Year Passion, Integrity, Dedication
Roger Rebennack, Honeywell

HVAC Executive of the Year
Chris Eichmann, Johnson Controls
Mike Keller, Honeywell

 


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