Objectives: Understand why VRF systems are positioned to be the primary heating and cooling technology. Discuss why VRF systems are applied with existing and complementary HVAC equipment and describe scenarios. Understand how VRF manufacturer controls and services facilitate integration and solve building challenges. Modern construction requirements, increased interest in indoor air quality, sustainability and the rising cost of energy are driving adoption of Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) systems in the United States and worldwide. As such, building owners, facility managers and project teams will be responsible for buildings where VRF systems are applied with complementary third-party HVAC equipment.In this presentation, the speakers will discuss how advanced controls and professional services from VRF system manufacturers streamline the integration and management of third-party HVAC systems from ventilation to auxiliary heat and more!Can't attend live? Register to view the webinar on-demand! James develops and executes marketing plans for Mitsubishi Electric's commercial new product launches and existing product maintenance. With extensive corporate marketing experience, James most recently served as senior marketing manager at AT&T, Atlanta. He is a graduate of the University of Georgia with a degree in Journalism. Tom Greco is the director for controls solutions business development at Mitsubishi Electric Trane HVAC US. His engineering background, sales experience and over 10 years in the commercial HVAC field have given him a broad understanding of the industry. Tom began his career as an automation engineer and transitioned to commercial HVAC applications and sales roles. He earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from the Wentworth Institute of Technology, Boston. With both technical and customer facing experience, he is able to effectively manage teams and help implement new technologies.