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Archive for the ‘Systems Integration & Controls’ Category

Ambiguity and Mystery in Building Automation

Syst_Int_Controls-3From the days of pneumatic tubing and controls to the finest digital building control system, there have been quite a few technology leaps; yet, the fact remains the same: the whole industry wants their buildings smarter and more automated. Removing the mysterious veil from automation has become a high priority in the cyber-driven, technology-centric marketplace, and the customer is increasingly wanting to integrate more parts, pieces and systems. (more…)

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Can a facility operator like, follow and connect with their building?

Syst_Int_Controls-3The Internet of Things has provided the opportunity for facility managers to access building-automation data outside of the control room. Remote access to this information is creating a type of social media for buildings where communication can take place between building equipment and operators 24/7.

Take a look at this article written by our very own Leroy Walden to learn more.

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Your Building’s Data in the Cloud

Syst_Int_Controls-3More and more services are being delivered via cloud providers these days—do you use on-line banking?  Keep up with your family and friends via social media?  Prospect for new customer accounts using online services like SalesForce? Have you tried Microsoft Office 365?  All of these are examples of cloud based services. (more…)

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Smart Plant Controllers – Are we there yet?

Syst_Int_Controls-3 Applied equipment systems still have a place in modern construction, but can equipment manufacturers really provide a productized plant solution?

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Luxury Meets Systems Expertise

Syst_Int_Controls-3McKenney’s installed a complex HVAC system at the St. Regis Hotel & Residences during construction in Atlanta.

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