Building automation

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Building automation

Optimizes the startup and performance of HVAC equipment and alarm systems. Building automation greatly increases the interaction of mechanical subsystems within a building, improves occupant comfort, lowers energy use, and allows offsite building control.
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RAYA Smart Buildings gives EDGE to the business world In the dynamic world of today, the dilemma of finding a place that not only accommodates your business, but also sets your business forward is becoming a challenging quest.
The solution is designed with out-of-the-box support for smart buildings, which includes reference designs and sensor kits for energy, HVAC, and equipment management using Intel[R] BMP gateways.
The post Waseela hits smart buildings project milestone in the GCC appeared first on Tahawul Tech.
Altair is very excited to collaborate with CANDI to offer a comprehensive business intelligence platform for smart buildings, said Joe Sorovetz, Senior Vice President for Enterprise Business at Altair.
As smart cities become a reality in the GCC, smart buildings are becoming more prevalent because of the optimised efficiency and convenience they offer for both operators and tenants.
He told Saudi Gazette that according to Frost & Sullivan the concept of smart buildings has evolved worldwide as we see more of smart cities, with expected value to reach $1.
Tribune News Network - Doha : As smart cities become a reality in the GCC, smart buildings are increasingly becoming more prevalent because of the optimized efficiency and convenience they offer, for both operators and tenants.
Smart buildings and facility management technologies are evolving rapidly, catering to individual workers' needs and becoming more affordable and mainstream.
A new report from London law firm, Charles Russell Speechlys, looked at how we can unlock new gains through smart buildings and found that not everyone is working towards the development of smart buildings, despite it being expected to generate new revenue streams for businesses, with three in every four property professionals expecting to gain from it.
The awards recognise the leading smart buildings in the UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia, and assessed hotels, hospitals, educational and retail facilities as well as the leading high-rise office and residential buildings across the region.
This book covers both established and emerging technologies relevant to control systems in smart buildings.
The company is engaged in designing smart buildings that use sophisticated technology and electrical systems that contribute to energy conservation.