Today is his 76th year of his passing, commemorate him with respect.
Sustainability in the year of 30’s was unheard of within the leaders of the Free World.
We were thought about the sustainability with exemplary projects during those years.
There are only a few major attractions in Yalova that are a must see for tourists and the Yuruyen Kosk is definitely one. This Ottoman-Turkish style mansion was said to have been used by Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey, during his visits to the city. There is a legend connected to this mansion and it is often referred to as the “walking house.” The mansion has earned the name because as legend goes Ataturk thought that the mansion was too near to a spectacular tree, and as he did not want to obscure or cut down the tree he ordered the mansion to walk.
Mustafa Kemal Ataturk first visited Yalova in 1927. He had specifically chosen this as his destination as he wanted to make use of the local thermal facilities. Whilst he was staying in this area he stayed in Baltaci Farm which was a wooden pavilion next to the thermal bath.
Ataturk commissioned the construction of a mansion for himself in Millet Farm and this was finally completed in 1929. The originally house made from wood was renovated later. The two-story building has three lounges and eleven rooms and is well equipped with furniture that has been taken from the Dolmabahce Palace.
Ataturk spent the summer months in this mansion and invited many notable singers and musicians to perform concerts and classical music recitals, and it was here that idea to establish the Turkish Historical Society and the Turkish Language Association was developed.
The Yuruyen Kosk, Yalova Ataturk Mansion, was originally the private property of Ataturk, but was transferred to the Turkish Grand National Assembly. Once they had order for the renovation works to take place they made the house into a museum by adorning the walls and rooms with pictures and personal belongings of Ataturk. This historical house museum opened to the public in 1981.
The words beautiful, eccentric, tranquil, thought provoking all sum up the Yuruyen Kosk perfectly. For those looking to understand this exceptional and truly great man, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, plus the story of the trees and why the house did actually move, and to get a close up of all of the contemporary articles that are housed within this is a must-see if you visit Yalova or the surrounding area.
There are several affordable accommodation options in this area and also many other attractions that should be visited in this vicinity. Open your eyes and become educated on the history of this great country with a visit to the Yuruyen Kosk.
Everything that the village needs is planned out within the ideal republic project.
The implementation was hampered with illiterate ideological reasons.
Let’s let the pictures speak to itself.
A quote from the article. Taking infertile land and the will of an individual paved the way for the Nation and has set the example for the World.
By cultivating the swamp and barren lands along the railway, Mustafa Kemal overcame the
prejudices against the formerly isolated town of Ankara. In this way, he
also proved to the opponents of the Republic that fertility is only possible
by being open-minded, and progress begins with the will of the individual.
Consequently, Ankara gained political, economic and social character as
well as improving its status against İstanbul, the former capital of Ottoman
It has set an example for urban agriculture.
More research on the subject matter.
Urban agriculture and its impact on climate change – Atatürk Forest Farm in Ankara as a sample
Here is a video of Mustafa Kemal with US ambassador Joseph C. Grew during his visit at the Forest Farm.
The Energy Data Visualization Recorder Allows Users to See How Their System was Functioning at Any Time During its Use
BAS Services & Graphics, LLC, an energy management product and services company, is proud to announce the latest addition to their suite of energy management products. Called the EnergyDVR or “Energy Data Visualization Recorder,” it is an analytical visualization utility that lets users see how their system was functioning at any point in its history.
More than just graphs and numbers, the EnergyDVR shows people graphically how all of the energy dashboard data looked at any given time period they specify. The way it works is simple: it gives people historical playback data in the format most easily understood, just like a graphics interface. In fact, it is the same graphics just not in “live mode” but in “history mode.”
The EnergyDVR is available now as an add-on package to the BASSG PX-Dashboard and can be loaded right into existing JACE and Supervisor front-ends. DVR functionality can also connect to multiple SkySpark by SkyFoundry instances. DVR feature can be switched between local Niagara station—which is offered by the Tridium company—and remote SkySpark instance. The EnergyDVR starts from $150 for Jace 3 and equivalent and can be purchased through the BASSG shopping cart system.
“Instead of sorting through mountains of data to find what you need, you can visualize all of it simultaneously with the EnergyDVR,” a company spokesperson for BASSG noted
“Just like pause and rewind of live TV on your cable box, the Energy DVR lets you backup and look at how your system was operating moments ago or hours ago or even days ago.” As the spokesperson noted, everybody has realized at one time or another that they can’t just sit and watch their energy management system all day long, trying to catch an anomaly. This is where the EnergyDVR can help—it offers a way to record the whole day and go back over it later just like someone would record a show on TV to watch later.
“Just like your graphics respond to points coming through live from your controllers they will respond on screen with the historical data you have recorded,” the company spokesperson said. Most of the time when there is a system anomaly or alarm condition, the current process is to go back through trendlogs and try to figure out what was happening right around the time of the issue. Trendlogs are typically useful for this but the problem is that to get a complete picture of what was going on at that time, multiple trendlogs have to be viewed and all of the data on one graph can be difficult to read. Some data can be binary and other data can have large number differences causing graphs to be skewed and making other data difficult to follow.
“Why not use the graphics to tell the story? With your graphical interface to your unitary data you can quickly visualize what your system is doing at any given minute,” the spokesperson said, adding that with the EnergyDVR, the historical data populates those same unitary graphics and offers pause-rewind-fast forward controls.
There are a multitude of uses for this kind of visualization. Monitoring critical change over points or alarm conditions can be accomplished without “watching” the system for hours on end. The system records all of the data from the event so it can be viewed at a more convenient time. Verifying the operation of a sequence can be witnessed at any time by any number of
people. System operation can be played back for a mechanic or engineer to help troubleshoot situations or failures. The EnergyDVR will also help to fine tune users’ energy savings by helping them visualize tweakable values during periods of high energy usage. Visualizing their system performance by playing it back later can help them to identify overshooting and hunting problems that may not be apparent during normal operation. Simply identifying these situations and updating sequences or settings can turn into significant energy savings. About BASSG, LLC:
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Advancements in building automation software (BAS) have made it easy to control lighting, regulate HVAC systems, and operate equipment via computers or mobile devices. Modern BAS collects massive amounts of data that is greatly underutilized because it is rarely analyzed to its full potential. The main hindrance to more effective analysis centers on the need for a standardized language to make this valuable data easily shared and accessible between different applications. To address this concern, Project Haystack was formulated to create a forum where leaders in the industry could assimilate ideas for a common language to describe the data produced by today’s equipment systems.
BAS Services & Graphics, LLC (BASSG) is a staunch supporter of Project Haystack. As an avid participator in the initiative, BASSG is helping to contrive a new language for the benefit of the industry. BASSG also understands that a standardized language is the next step in frontier of building automation and will improve building operations in a number of ways.
As companies, communities, and cities embrace energy conservation through advanced technologies like smart grids, the massive volumes of data collected will require rapid analyzations to optimize energy usage. In theory, an advanced smart grid could analyze data from thousands of BAS systems and optimize energy usages on a city scale. A system capable of doing so could save millions while significantly decreasing energy waste. BASSG is assisting the pioneering effort to create a language that will make it possible to develop these types of truly intelligent systems.
The conceptual models built within BAS systems are often the effort of vigorous manual labor. A standardized language for describing our systems and equipment will make it possible for standard automated processes to replace labor-intensive manual approaches. Such automation is useful in two significant ways. First, different applications can analyze equipment system models and present them to users accurately. Second, this enables the creation of advanced intelligent automation systems that can recognize equipment systems and their data, assess external and internal conditions, and improve building operations on a continuous basis. Automated models would greatly reduce labor costs, which will make building automation more cost effective for building owners of all types.
By actively engaging in Project Haystack BASSG is helping to shape the future of building automation.