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Building automation refers to the intelligent networking and control of technical systems in different buildings, but also within a building. Various functions help you to be flexibly equipped for current and future challenges – for example in terms of energy efficiency, transparency and operating costs....Read article
Measurement, control and regulation technology (MCR technology) plays a decisive role in building control and automation. In this article, we will look at HVAC systems (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) and intelligent building control systems, highlighting various aspects of I&C technology. Find out more about...Read article
In this article, we will show you what a smart building actually is, what benefits it brings for owners, operators and building users, and how existing buildings can be easily retro-digitized to become real energy-saving monsters.
BACnet/SC (BACnet Secure Connect) heralds a new era in modern IT infrastructure. Thus, it is finally possible to encrypt the approximately 25 million BACnet devices installed worldwide due to the one hundred percent compatibility with already existing BACnet IP or BACnet MS/TP networks. Complicated BBMD...Read article
In the field of building automation, LoRaWAN enables the simple and efficient post-digitization of existing buildings. The LoRa infrastructure can also be integrated into the building during operation without major effort. The aim is to significantly reduce operating costs through the use of modern technology...Read article
Learn what the Heating Cost Ordinance (KCO) is and what you need to be aware of as a building operator or owner of functional buildings. As a manufacturer of building automation systems, we offer you a practical solution that can be implemented quickly.
Energy consumption in German buildings is too high! The German government has therefore set itself the goal of reducing heating requirements in buildings by 80% by 2050. If this goal is to be achieved, there is no way around the mass refurbishment of existing buildings.
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