I’m a twenty year veteran of the building automation and building management industry; I’ve been now working in this field ever since I graduated from trade school back when I was about 21 years young. I easily appreciate my task. I always find something new and exciting is coming along in the new field of building automation, and so there’s always something new for me to accomplish building control systems and building management proposal software. It’s one of those things where you can’t just keep on doing the same thing over and over, you always have to continue studying and finding out what else is going on in the world in the same kind of task field. If you slack on your studying about updated building automation systems for even a week or 2, you might find that your whole knowledge base has become somewhat old! That’s how fast building automation and automated logic is decreasing these days, then this past month I went to a workshop detailing mission critical proposal design and mission critical control units, but there was all kinds of new information there, and I’m so delighted that I went! I always try to keep ahead of the competition in the building management and integrated building automation company. I need to be one of those people who ends up being looked at as a pioneer in the industry, not a dinosaur of the whole industry! I still really want to know what’s going on and have relevant building automation solutions knowledge that is the newest and most up to date. It’s the reason I keep my task!