While modeling software is often used for the initial design of high-performance buildings, the on-going benchmarking, commissioning, and monitoring of these structures is usually the purview of a building automation systems (BAS).
HVAC systems in commercial buildings consume a lot of energy, which is why many building owners and managers are looking at replacing their older, inefficient equipment with new high-performing systems.
SMART Equipment Controllers (SEC) use a smart mobile device interface, giving contractors, engineers, and building owners the flexibility to easily access their Johnson Controls water-to-air water-source heat pump controls through any Wi-Fi-enabled device on any internet browser.
The Metasys® 8.1 building automation system (BAS) features an easy-to-use interface that provides photo-realistic graphics for better visualization and faster troubleshooting. These graphics are created within Metasys and do not require any additional software or tools.
Titanium Control delivers the performance, availability, flexibility, and low latency needed to reduce capital and operating expenses as well as minimize unscheduled downtime for industrial applications and control services at any scale.
The eBox 2.0 is a seamless BACnet integration gateway for lighting, HVAC, plug loads, and metering. The gateway is designed to proficiently discover, display, and control device points to support a single uniform building system. The eBox 2.0 is simple to use as it requires no programming or scripting.
Building automation system experts maintain the architectural integrity of the historic building
March 6, 2017
JM Electrical Company Inc., an automated building system installation company, announced that it has completed project operations at Harvard Memorial Church, a historic development located at 1 Harvard Bus Tunnel in the center of Harvard Yard in Cambridge. JM partnered with a premier building technology company on this control system.
During this webinar, our expert speaker will discuss how contractors will be able to recognize the differences between blow through (HTHV) and draw through (MAU) technologies, as well as their respective strengths/weaknesses for different applications.