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.
Provides Cost Effective Migration Plan to Access New Technologies
October 27, 2014
Trane, a brand of Ingersoll Rand, has introduced its BAS R’newal™ building controls upgrade program, which helps update existing control systems and gain access to new technologies to improve overall building performance and operating efficiency.
Included Custom Graphics for the Site Plan, Navigation, Semi-Realistic Floor Plans as well as 3D Graphics
July 21, 2014
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).
ASHRAE Is Already Looking Ahead to Changes to the 2017 Version of the Guideline
June 30, 2014
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.
Award Given for Company’s Keen Focus on Enhancing Customer Value
June 13, 2014
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).
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.
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.
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.