Sinclair, Ken
January 2004
Engineered Systems;Jan2004, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p40
Trade Publication
Discusses the initiatives and views about the two acronyms, XML and oBIX, in relation to heating and ventilation industry (HVAC). Adoptation of XML and Web services in information technology industry; Importance of oBIX; Impact of XML and oBIX in HVAC.


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