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Building Automation Systems
Building automation systems rely on networks of sensors, switches, and other devices, along with software tools, to provide a real-time view of the current state of a building. The market for networked building controls is expanding as building owners and operators realize the cost savings offered by automated, real-time control.
The QuickServer KNX Gateway enables data access from KNX networks to devices and networks utilizing open and proprietary protocols such as BACnet, Modbus, LonWorks, Metasys N2 by Johnson Controls Intl., Ethernet/IP, DNP3, SNMP, and more.
The NEWS was very busy at the AHR Expo in New York City, visiting as many booths as possible in search of new products. Here is a comprehensive list of all the commercial controls products we found on the show floor.
The latest release of the i-Vu® Web-based BACnet® building automation system (BAS) is available.
We asked the contractors on our editorial advisory board to share which products they believe truly deserve to be called smart — and why.
A new report from IHS Inc. indicates system integrators are placing increasing emphasis on product choice and adding value to traditional systems to better position themselves for enhancing customer satisfaction due to growing competition in the building automation market.