Originally published on TheS4Group.com
Building owners and operators know full-well how essential it is to keep their sites running smoothly and securely. However, with multiple systems in need of supervision and various employees who need access to those systems, it can be difficult for a single building manager to delegate specific tasks to the right people efficiently.
BACnet controls rank among the most valuable and intuitive developments in the world of building automation. As the future of smart buildings continues to come at us, investing in automation and capitalizing on BACnet software is becoming more crucial than ever.
ODIN (Operator Display Integrated Network) is a building automation system with an integrated, simplified user interface that makes it easy to manage complex HVAC and energy processes in your building—or even in multiple buildings.
Your building management system is like the central nervous system of your entire building. It connects all of its many features and organizes the data those systems collectively gather into a single, easy-to-manage program. However, as intuitive as your BAS system is, there’s always more it can be doing.
Your building automation system is like a central nervous system. It streamlines your building’s various systems and operations, integrates them together, and helps a manager or technician easily and thoroughly understand the ins-and-outs of their building. However, when you’re dealing with an outdated or obsolete BAS, then you’re going to be wasting valuable time, resources, and energy on its continued need for updates and repairs.