Articles Tagged with ''BAS''

QA Graphics Provides BAS Graphics for High-End Residential Project

Included Custom Graphics for the Site Plan, Navigation, Semi-Realistic Floor Plans as well as 3D Graphics
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QA Graphics, a provider of design services for the building automation industry, has completed a unique residential building automation system (BAS) graphics project for New England Energy Controls Inc. (NEEC).


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June 30, 2014: ASHRAE Guideline on Specifying Building Automation Systems Published

ASHRAE Is Already Looking Ahead to Changes to the 2017 Version of the Guideline
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ASHRAE has announced the availability of its newly published Guideline 13-2014, Specifying Building Automation Systems, which provide designers of building automation systems (BAS) with background information, recommendations for good practice, project considerations, and detailed discussion of design options.


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June 13, 2014: Lynxspring Earns Building Automation Customer Value Leadership Award

Award Given for Company’s Keen Focus on Enhancing Customer Value
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Lynxspring announced that Frost & Sullivan has recognized the company with its 2014 North American Building Automation Systems Customer Value Leadership Award. Lynxspring said that it earned the award for its focus on client experience by providing a powerful, yet easy to use building automation system (BAS).


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World Trade Center Project Awarded

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Automated Logic has been selected by Silverstein Properties to provide the building automation system for 3 World Trade Center, located on Greenwich Street opposite the World Trade Center Memorial.


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Feb. 22, 2012: Global Revenues for Commercial Building Automation Systems to Reach $146 Billion by 2021

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The market for commercial building automation systems is forecast to double over the next decade, increasing from $72.5 billion in 2011 to $146.4 billion by 2021, according to a new report from Pike Research.


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Report: BAS Signals Fill Air Waves

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A recent IMS Research report found that air waves in buildings are increasingly being filled with signals from building automation systems.


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Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012: Iconics Announces Genesis64

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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.


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Improvements Broaden Green Experience

3-D Images Improve Spec, Dashboard Educates Consumers
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New technology in the HVAC industry stretches past equipment breakthroughs and component enhancements. Ancillary software and communication elements are often keys to making advanced heating and cooling solutions run correctly.


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Controls Grow in Retrofit Market

By Kimberly Schwartz
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With new construction still down, contractors who specialize in commercial controls can find more opportunities for their business by retrofitting existing buildings.


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Intelligent Green Building Consortium Grows to 200 Member Companies

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The EnOcean Alliance announced that it has signed up its 200th member company, NanoSense. NanoSense develops products using EnOcean and KNX technologies that regulate and optimize air quality inside buildings. Originally created in April 2008 by Distech Controls, EnOcean, Masco, MK Electric, Omnio, and Thermokon, the alliance now counts 200 members from 20 different countries.
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