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The Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA) has announced the appointment of Tom Daenzer, manager of digital business development for Belimo Americas to its board of directors. Belimo is a leading global manufacturer of innovative electrical actuator, valve, and sensor solutions for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning technology. CABA is an international nonprofit industry association that provides information, education, and networking to promote advanced technologies for the automation of homes and buildings.
Daenzer has been with Belimo for over 10 years and has been the manager of digital business development for Belimo Americas since 2018. He leads a team responsible for supporting the growth of HVAC valves and actuators that harness smart and/or connected capabilities. One of Daenzer’s primary roles is to guide the development of services and APIs that complement these connected products through relationships with industry peers and technology partners. He leads the Belimo Americas IoT Committee and is a member of the global IoT Core and IoT steering committees.
Prior to his digital role, he was business development manager for Belimo's Shared Logic line of intelligent actuator solutions. Before working for Belimo, Daenzer spent 17 years on the construction side of the building automation industry, with roles ranging from software engineer and project manager to department manager. He is passionate about leveraging technology to improve occupant comfort while reducing a building's energy footprint. Daenzer holds a Bachelor of Science degree in mechanical engineering from Northwestern University.
A CABA member company since 2018, Belimo recently began a collaboration with several other CABA members on what will be the first-of-its-kind market sizing study of the building automation control systems market, noted CABA president and CEO Ron Zimmer.
"As an industry leader in the development of connected products and services, Tom Daenzer will be an outstanding addition to the CABA Board of Directors,” Zimmer added. “That extensive background, combined with active involvement in IoT task forces and committees, has given him unique expertise on the industry's recent evolution, which I know will be an asset to the board."