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Rethinking Integrated Building Systems

Nov. 23, 2009

Building owners and operators often do not have the necessary dedicated personnel to solve problems. As a result, there’s a tendency to solve building comfort and operational problems through simple triage vis-à-vis disabling BAS control loops or disabling equipment schedules.

This approach is neither efficient nor effective. It simply recreates silo systems and applications that the BAS is supposed to integrate and make more economical and energy efficient.

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