June 30, 2023
In June, Cimetrics had a productive three days at Realcom/IBcon events in Las Vegas. These events provide a platform for industry professionals to network, learn from industry leaders, discover cutting-edge technologies, and stay updated with the latest trends shaping the future of the real estate and smart building industries. Cimetrics attended the event to learn new trends in the industry, to network with fellow professionals, and to showcase our Secured By Cimetrics products and BACnet routers.Here is a recap. Learn more
BACnet metering gateways
Need a reliable way to get meter data into your BACnet-based control system? Based on our field experience, we have developed one of the EASIEST TO INSTALL meter interfaces on the market today. If you have an electric, gas, steam, or water meter that is able to output data via Modbus RTU or Modbus TCP, then we probably have a pre-made template that converts your meter's data to BACnet/IP. We also have a product for pulse meters. Learn more
Check out past shows for a live weekly open conversation with industry leaders including Cimetrics CEO Jim Lee to help us get through the pandemic and prepare for a new normal in commercial buildings post-COVID.
June is a theme of Smarter Networks. Why are networks so critical for smarter buildings? What makes a smarter network? We dig into what is important throughout the month. The topics we discussed:
A Boston-based higher education and research school has been on task to maximize the efficiency of its aging Building Automation System (BAS). Over the past decade, the campus has integrated new and existing BAS equipment, some of which are nearing end-of-life status but consistently operational. Equipment commissioning, campus-wide analytics, monitoring, and performance optimization are necessary to improve equipment capacity, identify anomalies and failures impacting system efficiency, and reduce energy consumption and demand. Learn more here
The BACnet standard (ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 135-2020) is now available for on-line preview, free of charge. Learn more
Indoor air quality is important for both health and productivity. Buildings with good ventilation and air filtration can provide occupants with clean air even when the outdoor air quality is poor. Efforts to improve indoor air quality have taken on fresh urgency as more cities experience intense pollution from climate-change-fueled wildfires. Learn more
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