Director - Marketing Product Management Motors, Controls, and IAQ Essentials
Jim joined Goodman in 2005 as Regional Technical Manager, serving the western United States. Jim relocated to Houston in May of 2008 as a Marketing Product Manager.
Areas of Responsibility:
Controls – Jim is responsible for the launch of the original ComfortNet Control System and is in charge of the current marketing development including all control boards, the ComfortBridge controls systems and the Cool Cloud Bluetooth connectivity app. He also manages all vendor relationships required for control development.
Indoor Air Essentials Product Management – Jim manages the Goodman Indoor Air Essentials team maximizing the effectiveness of the established offering and product marketing activities ensuring business goals are achieved.
Prior to taking on the responsibilities above Jim successfully managed indoor and outdoor split systems and gas furnaces and was responsible for the development and launch of the SmartFrame™ air handler, modulating gas furnaces and the reduced height line of 80% furnaces. .
Communicating Technology Reshapes Control Options for Energy-Efficient HVAC Systems
More than ever before in the HVAC marketplace, communicating technology offers many new features and benefits to HVAC contractors and homeowners across North America. This presentation will cover several examples of how communicating technology effects the installation, configuration, and diagnosis of high-efficiency HVAC systems. As communicating technology advances in the industry, what effect might it have on traditional wall-mounted thermostats and other control systems? The future of the HVAC industry may be shaped more by controls than any other pending technology advancements.
Explore how new technology related to high efficiency communicating control systems
Explain how wireless technology allows easier options to configure, install, and diagnose high-efficiency HVAC systems
Investigate the future need for wall mounted thermostats in a residential home
Analyze how technology ensures the installation of high-efficiency systems are equal or easier to install compared to minimum efficiency HVAC systems
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