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Building automation systems are one avenue for a cyber attack. A recent survey examines perceived roles.
Resolving the challenges of facility systems integration requires a clear look at how building automation protocols interact.
Designed to improve heating and cooling efficiencies, the ZEC system is geared for retrofits of older VVT-type systems or installs of new light commercial zoning systems.
For HVAC systems, moving from pneumatic to digital streamlines operations and maintenance.
In cultivating a smart building with integrated systems, facility managers can “show, share, and strategize.”
While not quite here yet, going “IP all the way” can reduce the complexity of building system networks. From the July 2013 issue.
Students in Milwaukee benefit from the delivery of 15 motor drives and other equipment for their Industrial Automation Laboratory.
KMC Controls has unveiled its new Building Automations Channel on the Today’s Facility Manager website. Many people wonder what exactly Building Automation is. By definition, building automation itself is an energy management system that consists of computerized, interlinked, networks of hardware and software which monitor and control the mechanical and lighting systems in commercial, industrial, and institutional facilities.
Siemens is looking for the a few good buildings—those that use its APOGEE or TALON building automation systems in the most intelligent ways.