The new smart lighting solution converges multiple building networks — lighting, HVAC, IP video, IoT sensors and much more — through a secure and intelligent network platform.
SSI Staff · February 19, 2016
One factor advancing the integration of building systems is the impressive range of monitoring and control capabilities today’s building automation systems can provide. What’s more, rich data sets can be stored and analyzed to achieve newfound operational efficiencies.
Rodney Bosch · April 27, 2015
Building automation has always been a moneymaker for firms with the expertise and market access. Learn about the challenges and opportunities with building automation and its integration with security and life-safety systems.
By Al Colombo · December 03, 2014
Read how Big Data is playing an important role in today’s commercial automation deployments.
SSI Staff · December 03, 2014
Wireless light and component control meets infrastructure management via BACnet control.
December 05, 2013
Technological advancements in communication protocols and transmission methods are allowing building systems to achieve connectivity and functionality like never before. Learn how to provide clients with total system solutions that optimize the capabilities of security as well as its value proposition.
By Bob Dolph · January 01, 2013
FieldServer Technologies of Milpitas, Calif., releases the QuickServer Gateway, which fully integrates with Salt Lake City-based Control4 automation solutions to deliver HVAC control for commercial projects.
SSI Staff · December 13, 2012
A new report by IMS Research has revealed a growing trend in building automation systems toward photorealism and increased end user interaction.
November 16, 2012
The Roy and Patricia Disney Family Cancer Center in Burbank, Calif., features integrated security and building automation systems (BAS) designed to enhance the patient experience and ensure efficient facility operations.
April 15, 2012
Interconnecting security systems with other building and facility controls is being enabled by interoperable platforms as well as various other market drivers. The entry to market can be steep, yet integrators of all sizes with the right stuff can carve out a niche of their own in this emerging discipline.
April 15, 2012