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Resolving the challenges of facility systems integration requires a clear look at how building automation protocols interact.
A lighter footprint makes this approach an attractive one for controlling building systems in existing structures.
While not quite here yet, going “IP all the way” can reduce the complexity of building system networks. From the July 2013 issue.
Myriad levels of interaction characterize the next generation of facility controls. From the June 2013 issue.
Solely focused on BACnet since 2000, Swan was an active member of ASHRAE’s BACnet committee and other related committees and organizations.
This event permits vendors to test their BACnet products in a neutral and friendly environment with BACnet devices from other vendors.
BACnet approved final publication of eight addenda to the ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135, A Data Communication Protocol for Building Automation and Control Networks. BACnet has also embraced UTF-8, which will fully takes advantage of its compatibility with the existing ANSI/ASCII character set.
Effectively integrating building automation systems results in lower costs and gained efficiencies.