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|Iconics president Russ Agrusa speaks at a company press conference.|
CHICAGO — At the Iconics press conference, company president Russ Agrusa announced that the company wants to future-proof technology for building automation. He then announced Iconics’ new Genesis64 building automation suite.
According to Iconics, this is the first 64-bit BACnet advanced workstation that has been designed for BACnet B-AWS certification.
Gary F. Kohrt, vice president of marketing and product marketing, said that the suite is based on all the latest Microsoft operating systems. The advanced workstation solution is a vendor independent open platform for integrating any BACnet, SNMP, Modbus, web services, OPC, or OPC-UA-based BAS system used for HVAC, data centers, electrical metering, cogeneration and other building applications.
Iconics also announced the release of Energy AnalytiX version 10.61, a complete set of applications for building automation that monitor energy cost, consumption, and the discharge of carbon into the environment.
Iconics has been in business for 25 years and is based in Foxborough, Mass.