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Employment History

Director

University of Pittsburgh


Affiliations

Electric League Inc

Board Member


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Electric League of Western Pennsylvania: Board of Directors

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Mary Rugh, University of Pittsburgh


Electric League - Board & Staff

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Mary Rugh
University of Pittsburgh 3400 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh 15260 Phone: 412-383-2250 Fax: 412-383-1685


Electric League of Western Pennsylvania: Members

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Mary Rugh
3400 Forbes Ave Pittsburgh PA 15260 412-383-2250 mbr3@pitt.edu


AutomatedBuildings.com Article - Oh, what a month October was!

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Panelists included Keith Gipson, Impact Facility Solutions, who spoke about the importance of gateways; Rob Zivney, Hirsch Electronics, discussed the access control and security perspective; Paul Ehrlich, Trane, talked about what XML can bring to the buildings industry as a whole; John McCoy, Fosdick & Hillmer, spoke about the use of the industrial ModBus standard in the control of HVAC plants; and Mary Rugh, University of Pittsburgh, shared her perspective of open systems as an end-user. ("Don't talk to me about plug and play until it can be delivered!") We also heard Tom Lohner, TENG Solutions, talk about his experiences with open systems including LonWorks, and Grant Wichenko, Appin, delivered his experiences in designing BACnet-based systems.


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