I had a chance to meet Derek McGarry, the Head Building Performance Engineer at Abundant Power. Abundant Power out of Charlotte, North Carolina, provides solution focused services, great customer service, and profit driven outcomes so that their customers get the most value out of Analytics, and as we all know making data actionable and useful is easier said than done. After hearing what Derek has to say, I believe that Abundant Power knows how to use data to make buldings smarter. And with great smart building controls integrators like McKenney’s, Atlanta, using their product, they are keeping very good company.
After 6 weeks of stadium lights turning on in the middle of the night and waking up nearby residents, Princeton University turned to Visual BACnet to solve their problems. When he first opened up Visual BACnet, Controls Engineer Gary Brancato discovered serious problems with the network. [Read more…]
2017 has been a huge success for BAS Services and Graphics. Success has been on multiple fronts. We have completed our HTML5 conversion off Niagara framework modules basmaker. Within the year basMaker has been standardized for a multinational car manufacturer, in a well known university campus as well as usage extended within top 10 energy utility company. [Read more…]
I had a chance to catch up with Leon Wurfel managing director, Bueno Systems, at the 2017 RealComm/IBcon conference. Leon and his team are masters at gathering and using data to optimize smart buildings performance. In this video Leon shares his knowledge about smart building control and Bueno’s approach to making data actionable.
BUENO are the Australian leader in data and information driven operational property services. We deliver superior data related and technology driven services based on fault detection, optimisation and business intelligence that simplify our clients’ operations and enhance their effectiveness across all building sectors and building information systems.
Sustainability is a new and immature industry and is missing many systems that other industries use to automate and improve outcomes. Our goal is to accelerate the proliferation of new systems and ideas throughout the property and sustainability industries.
Using data analytics to monitor elevators? And bringing the data through your single pane of glass frontend? Why not? In this RealComm|IBcon interview, hear how Leon Wurfel from Bueno Systems & Casey Witkowicz from Rycom are using analytics to transform smart building operations. BUENO is the Australian leader in data and information driven operational property services, offering a new approach to operations, maintenance and sustainability. Rycom Corporation is more than just a technology company. Rycom could be your biggest competitive advantage.
DGLogik has rolled out significant updates to Project Assist 2.0, enhancing the performance of your development experience, end user experience, and increased support for Niagara 4.
The update includes: Schedule interface: Enhanced support for Niagara 4; Touch-friendly enhancements: better mobile experience for alarming and Niagara 4; New widgets: BQL grid, Control widgets such as slider, toggle, and switch; Custom actions on any widget: Data actions, Navigation, Hyperlinks; Ability to duplicate Templates; and Performance improvements and bug fixes.
Here is the Audio Stream from our 4th Free Webinar in the 2017 Smart Buildings Series, sponsored by Project Haystack.
Creating Transparency From Building Analytics. This was an in-depth Q&A Webinar with James Lee CEO & President of Cimetrics. We discus Jim’s recent article “Analytics Creates Transparency” and his thoughts on why he thinks analytics is the key that the industry has been waiting for to unlock the true business value from building technologies.
In this Q&A session with Jim, we discuss The impact of building analytics and BACnet .
Analytics removes many of the complexities that we build into buildings. When implemented well, an analytics-powered building system allows owners and operators to focus on their needs; which is to provide occupants what they need.
A natural and logical way forward for our industry is to see how analytics brings value to building owners and operators, after all, they are our customers.
We are on the cusp of an industry transformation focusing on making occupants happy and content in their use of buildings, enabling building owners to see more value in what we do.
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DGLogik’s solutions provide users with the intelligence to better manage energy usage and improve facility performance. DGLogik’s cutting-edge IoE technology will drive the future of data-driven technology, allowing users to create customizable applications and dashboards to better manage, measure, control and analyze data from any device anytime, anywhere. See DGLogik’s portfolio of IoT Vertical Solutions below!
DGLogik’s IoT Vertical Solutions:
Agriculture: DGLux5 may help farmers, agronomists and production teams to evaluate the most relevant data gathered from systems and sensors, field and plant equipment to streamline conservation efforts and even automate machines for optimal performance to increase crop yields and farm production.
Business Intelligence: Having a custom application that displays meaningful analytics and reports with DGLux5, to consolidate, schedule and facilitate tasks and performance may significantly increase ROI and allow companies, executives, managers, marketing and sales professionals become more resourceful.
Healthcare: There is a considerable amount of medical devices and systems that measure and monitor various facility and patient data. However, utilizing different systems and applications to access data and exchange information is a challenge in the healthcare industry. Simplifying these methods is also a challenge, especially with concerns of HIPPA compliancy.
Industrial: With DGLux5, one has easy capability of creating real-time visibility into all assets whether it’s shop-floor, machines or production lines. Key insights like overall equipment effectiveness (OEE) and total effective equipment performance allows one to truly understand machine uptime and downtime, validating whether it is the machine performance or manufacturing processes that needs to improve.
Intelligent Buildings: Being able to connect building systems data into a single, unified platform including HVAC, lighting, security, fire safety, and work order management systems is the leading building automation solution, DGLux5. It is your companion in increasing operational efficiency and decreasing issue resolution timeframes. With DGLux5, one can easily analyze mechanical and electrical systems, monitor emergency situations, troubleshoot hot/cold calls and perform preventative maintenance and much, much more.
Oil & Gas: The advanced and flexible features of DGLux5 enable oil & gas producers and suppliers to address these issues – monitor and control the data centers and physical factors affecting the oil rig site operations. With intuitive applications created on DGLux5 platform, decision-makers can monitor and manage oversized data storage infrastructure, track logistics, as well as set triggers and alarms ensuring safety and efficiency.
Smart Cities: Unifying all city, building and energy management systems and data can be achieved with the leading technology, DGLux5. It provides a combined innovative design and development platform which allows any user to easily create custom city and smart infrastructure monitoring applications and dashboards to intelligently analyze data, make intelligent decisions and become more profitable.
Transportation & Logistics: DGLux5 transportation logistics & analytics solutions offers unified, flexible integration and data visualization usability among your intelligent transportation and manufacturing systems in order to discover or predict anomalies, gain full visibility into supply chain dynamics, manufacturing and transportation expenses, and communicate better with customers and suppliers.
DGLogik, acquired by Acuity Brands July, 2016, supports Acuity Brands’ strategy to expand and enhance its portfolio of holistic IoT solutions for the growing market for intelligent networked systems that collect and exchange data to increase efficiency, as well as provide a host of other economic benefits resulting from data analytics to better enable smart buildings and smart cities.
About DG Logik: We are a San Francisco Bay Area based company which provides innovative software solutions that enable and visualize the (IoT) Internet of Things…or as we say, Internet of Everything. Our modern IoE technology illustrates the Internet of Everything through customizable applications and dashboards, allowing users to easily interact with various sets of data from various devices and derive more value and intelligence to better manage cost and energy efficiency. We drive the future of data-driven technology, allowing users to create customizable applications and dashboards to better manage, measure, control and analyze data from any device anytime, anywhere.
J2 Fin’s very own Scott Muench was recently featured on AutomatedBuildings.com with an article about the benefits and payoffs of tagging and data modeling.
With the amount of connected devices increasing every day, potential value is also increasing exponentially. The reality is that it takes a lot of effort or mouse clicks to derive value from the data in the connected world. J2 Innovations has been focusing their efforts on great software and more efficient workflows to unlock this potential. Click here to read more.
As a roving reporter for the Realcomm live team, I got to interview really cool people like Vladi Shunturoy from Lucid. Lucid brings different systems and different data streams together to make better business through better buildings. The Lucid product is used across over a billion square feet of building space. Watch this video to see why so many people use Lucid.