Building automation market in a slow but steady growth period
November 2, 2015
Transformation has gradually been taking place in the building management system (BMS) market. This market is trailing other markets, and, as a consequence, these new technologies have had limited impact on how BMS systems work.
The 750-829 BACnet Controller with MS/TP master functions acts as a control gateway allowing seamless integration of connected I/O modules and convenient connectivity to actuators and sensors via Wago’s 750 Series I/O modules.
Company is a member of the InsideIQ Building Automation Alliance
October 16, 2015
Automated Control Systems Inc. has completed a $2.7 million building automation system (BAS) integration as part of the renovation and expansion of Monroe Hall on the campus of Loyola University in New Orleans.
Products are a third of the market, value-add at 44 percent, with service and maintenance taking the rest
September 23, 2015
The global building automation and control systems market is expected to be worth just over $26 billion by 2019, according to BSRIA’s new World Market Intelligence (WMI) report: 2015 World Building Automation and Control Systems (BACS) study.
It is one of a limited number of century-old buildings to achieve LEED certification
August 25, 2015
Carnegie Hall, the nearly 125-year old iconic New York City music venue, has announced its award of a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, making it one of the oldest and most notable buildings to achieve the distinction.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is becoming a widely recognized option in the residential HVAC market, and while the residential market garners many of the headlines, the commercial IoT market is taking shape, as well.
Product is an Internet of Things (IoT) platform for building automation
July 23, 2015
KMC Controls, a leader in building automation systems, was awarded the Best Intelligent Building Technology Innovation Award at the 2015 Realcomm IBCon conference in San Antonio for its KMC Commander™.
Two new standards developed to enhance device-to-device interoperability
July 13, 2015
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® and LonMark International have announced two new standards for home and building automation. The organizations said these standards provide a mechanism to develop a higher level of device-to-device interoperability using any open control networking communication platform.