A building automation system is a network of microprocessor based wired or wireless controllers connected to diverse systems in a building to better manage the equipment and optimize a company’s energy spend . BAS controls provide access to information on equipment performance and utility metering, and gives users the ability to easily schedule equipment and control it at a more granular level.
With a clear view and ease of control into the building’s systems, users benefit from improved occupant comfort, efficient operation of building systems, and reduction in energy consumption and operating costs. The new control systems also save a significant amount of time making employees responsible for maintaining the equipment more efficient.
Building automation system controls should be incorporated into every office building, industrial plant or commercial space to make energy systems easier to use and provide access to data from any device around the globe. Scheduling when the equipment will operate will also be a cinch and further boost the bottom line while saving money and improving productivity and health of all users.