Through common Internet services such as Microsoft® Outlook®, Apple® iCAL®, Twitter®, and RSS feeds, AspectFT grants facility mangers access to the building automation system from anywhere the Internet is available, said the company. With the release of vSTAT, the app provides access to buildings through the use of smart devices.
“At American Auto-Matrix we are continuously looking for ways to advance our technologies, making the implementation and use of our products more appealing to our customers, and in turn the end users,” said Rocky Moore, director, business development. “Adding a mobile application to our already robust and user friendly building automation system was a logical step in our product evolution.” With features such as the QR Reader for accessing zones, a Favorites screen to easily connect to popular locations, and color-coded occupancy buttons, the company said vSTAT is an easily navigable app.
vSTAT must be used in conjunction with AspectFT v1.08.
For more information, visit www.aamatrix.com.
Publication date: 7/30/2012