The U.S. market is the largest regional segment and is likely to maintain its dominance
October 18, 2016
The global building energy management systems (BEMS) market is forecast to surpass $6 billion by 2023, according to a report from Global Market Insights Inc. Increasing regulatory pressure due to increasing energy waste in buildings is predicted to drive the industry over the coming years.
Vendors are introducing new versions of their core offerings as well as complementary solutions
October 17, 2016
The commercial building automation system (BAS) market is at a crossroads, notes Navigant Research. Large technology companies are benefitting from the moderate but consistent growth of a mature market, while technology innovation, new business models, and emerging competitors disrupt the market.
The product works like a thermostat and can measure the output of almost any analog sensor. It has the ability to work with a wide variety of possible sensor inputs, such as ultrasonic distance, temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, and more.
Automation and control technologies are directed by sophisticated software analytics and services
October 14, 2016
A new white paper from Navigant Research analyzes survey results from 202 respondents on the proliferation of energy efficient and intelligent building technologies in the commercial segment, providing insight into the customer point of view.
Builds on companies’ expertise in HVAC and building management and control
October 13, 2016
Panasonic Corp. and Schneider Electric announced they are partnering to provide an integrated HVAC equipment and building management solution that brings new levels of HVAC control and energy efficiency to today’s commercial buildings.
Company offers six models, three for residential use and three for commercial use
October 12, 2016
Venstar® announced that its ColorTouch® touch screen Wi-Fi® thermostat was named a 2016 Product of the Year by Business Intelligence Group’s BIG Award for Business awards program. The BIG Awards reward companies, products, and people that are leading their respective industries.
Company will develop software to improve comfort, increase operational efficiency, and reduce energy costs
October 6, 2016
Larry Andriunas has announced the launch of Kodaro LLC, a software development company that he will lead from California’s Bay Area. Operating in the building automation industry, Kodaro will create ways to connect building controls through software drivers, software applications, and enterprise solutions.
For buildings that have up to three chillers with a combined cooling capacity of 400 to 2,000 tons
October 4, 2016
Optimum Energy has released OptimumEDGE™, a patented, quick-start HVAC optimization solution designed to shave chiller plant energy use by 13 percent on average — and cut water use as well — without affecting building operations or occupant comfort, said the company.