Aircuity adds BACnet client capability for enhanced scope of facility operations

BACnet Client is currently available on all new Aircuity projects and can be remotely loaded on customers’ existing systems.

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Aircuity recently announced the addition of BACnet Client capability to the Aircuity platform. This critical interoperability feature is designed to give customers a cost-effective way to view a broad picture of their facility’s operation. The company has also announced a newly released set of enhancements to the MyAircuity platform.

BACnet Client allows the Aircuity platform to integrate additional points available on the network from building systems and present them alongside Aircuity’s data, reducing integration costs and giving clients an easy way to get a holistic view of all key building parameters. BACnet Client is currently available on all new Aircuity projects and can be remotely loaded on customers’ existing systems.

“We believe that BACnet Client allows Aircuity to cost effectively bring more valuable information into our dashboard analytics,” stated Aircuity's vice president of sales, Pete Hmelyar. “Now our customers can view more data in one place, which saves time and helps when diagnosing any sort of issue within the building.”

In addition, Aircuity recently released a series of enhancements to its MyAircuity platform that include: Chinese language now supported in customer web pages; additional graphs from the Aircuity Graphing and Exporting features added to dashboard; flow driver dashboard updated to be based on rooms rather than on test areas, making data easier for users to identify; system will now publish a points list and save it to the web in users’ document directories; Graphing and Exporting features now allow users to zoom into less than a 24-hour period; flow reductions dashboard now supports rooms with multiple supply devices.

Aircuity creates smart airside solutions through its intelligent building platform, significantly reducing energy costs and improving the indoor environmental quality for occupants, while optimizing ventilation rates through its patented technology. As a result, commercial, institutional, and lab building owners can lower operating costs, protect occupants, and verifiably reduce energy use by as much as 60 percent.

Founded in 2000 and headquartered in Newton, MA, Aircuity’s solutions have benefited over 400 organizations such as Google, Amazon, Eli Lilly, Masdar City, the University of Pennsylvania, and the University of California-Irvine. For additional information, visit www.aircuity.com.

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