Daikin Applied Roadshow Offers Rooftop-Unit Demos, IoT Discussion

Programming will include live demonstrations, educational sessions, a preview of newly expanded product lines, and discussions with experts.

Daikin Applied’s 2015 Ideas in Motion roadshow will visit 11 communities across the country with programming for contractors, specifying engineers, and building owners that includes live demonstrations, educational sessions, a preview of newly expanded product lines, and discussions with experts, including of the company’s Intelligent Equipment and what the Internet of Things (IoT) means to the commercial-buildings industry.

Daikin Applied has harnessed the IoT and embedded the Intelligent Equipment platform across its new and legacy rooftop product lines, including Rebel, Maverick II, and RoofPak, enabling machine-to-machine communication to improve efficiencies.

In addition to Intelligent Equipment, products will include new, larger Rebel rooftop units ranging in size from 3 to 28 tons and Trailblazer air-cooled scroll chillers, now available in sizes from 30 to 240 tons. Equipment on display will include the Magnitude magnetic-bearing chiller, the Maverick rooftop unit, MicroTech Integrated System controls, the Pathfinder air-cooled chiller, the Rebel rooftop unit, SmartSource water-source heat pumps, ThinLine fan coils, and Vision air handlers.

Dates and locations for the roadshow are:

  • Sept. 2: Sioux Falls, S.D.
  • Sept. 9: Bowling Green, Ky.
  • Sept. 11: Louisville, Ky.
  • Sept. 16: Evansville, Ind.
  • Sept. 25: Long Island City, N.Y.
  • Sept. 29: Syracuse, N.Y.
  • Oct. 1: Rochester, N.Y.
  • Oct. 7: Jacksonville, Fla.
  • Oct. 9: Miami.
  • Oct. 15: Carrollton, Texas
  • Dec. 3: Phoenix

Participants at select locations will have an opportunity to earn continuing-education units.

To register for an event, go to www.daikinapplied.com/roadshow.php

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