Technology is changing the way commercial buildings function for owners, facilities managers, and occupants. Today, IoT-enabled building management systems (BMS) coupled with smart building analytics provide unprecedented insight into building equipment, maintenance, air quality, energy use, and building system integration.
The equipment used in the building automation system constitutes a significant part of a commercial building’s construction and maintenance budget. Despite its essential role, equipment related to HVAC, lighting, security, parking, and other interconnected systems has a shorter life expectancy compared to the building itself—and replacement can be costly.
For any data reporting process to work well, successful integration with a range of data sources is a must.
In recent years, interest in reducing carbon emission levels and increasing energy efficiency has led to the exponential growth of smart building technologies.
Today, building owners are increasingly seeking data that provides a clear picture of building operations, equipment, and efficiency opportunities in their properties.
In recent years, a growing emphasis on energy efficiency in commercial buildings has played a key role in the development of smart building IoT solutions.
In 2018, we set out to complete a project for Enovity and Bay City Mechanical. Bay City Mechanical hired us to install HVAC controls in a new building, the San Rafael Public Safety Center.
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