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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Were excited about this opportunity to work with DHS to help secure building automation systems and critical infrastructure from cyber threats, adds Jackson.
Lambert goes on to list a number of other functional advantages of modern building automation systems, including:
The choices were to use a sole source for the building automation systems or specify dissimilar manufactured systems interconnected over a common network.
Commenting on eXtremeDB's incorporation, Yann Kulp, vice president of Smart Spaces, shared: "SmartStruxure Lite's rapid uptake by owners of mid-sized and smaller properties is something no other building automation system has achieved before.
This allows the user to control and monitor the Net/X network from any building automation system capable of communicating over BACnet MSTP/IP, Modbus RTU/TCP or Metasys N2 protocols.
1 July 2014 - US Cylon Energy Inc, part of Irish-based building energy management systems provider Cylon Controls Ltd, said it had bought a majority stake in building automation systems and critical environments controllers specialist American Auto-Matrix (AAM) for an undisclosed amount.
Track utility consumption with building automation systems.
The Swedish building automation systems supplier TAC AB said on Thursday (18 September) that it had won a five-year contract for building automation and security products and services in the US.
All units are available with factory-installed and-tested stand-alone or direct digital controls for integration with building automation systems.
These buildings frequently require an expanded, highly flexible information infrastructure; individualized environmental and security controls; personalized lighting; and the exploitation of advanced digital technology in building automation systems.

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