Rescue Your HVAC Efficiency with Continuous Commissioning

HVAC systems represent a key part of the building commissioning (Cx) process. Not only do HVAC systems impact one of the most critical areas of perceived tenant comfort, but HVAC systems also represent a large share of the ongoing energy consumption costs in the building. HVAC commissioning represents a part of the general building commissioning process, which focuses on the …

Leveraging IoT to Maximize HVAC Efficiency

In most commercial buildings heating, ventilation and cooling (HVAC) consume more than 30% of the total energy usage. If you could implement modern technology to reduce energy consumption and improve performance, would you? In this webinar we discuss: • Modernizing legacy HVAC equipment using IoT • How IoT can improve HVAC efficiency and reduce energy consumption • Use cases and …

Smart Building Technology and HVAC Systems

Cracking the Code Between Smart Building Technology and HVAC Systems

Many believe that a smart building has been enhanced with intelligent systems and implements green building concepts. That is far from the truth. A smart building uses a combination of multiple technologies, automated controls and decision-supporting software that provides a rapid and responsive environment. Frequently, they help in enhancing the efficiency and operational effectiveness of building systems like HVAC, while …

HVAC Myths Debunked

HVAC Myths Debunked. How IoT Provides Visibility into Your HVAC Systems

It’s a simple truth that commercial buildings and most homes depend on HVAC systems to keep indoor environmental conditions comfortable. While most property owners agree on this fact, still lots of myths concerning HVAC can be found out there with the potential to jeopardize your efforts. According to a report by US Department of Energy, the primary energy consumption in …

Air Conditioning Units

5 Reasons You Need Visibility Into Your HVAC Systems

In today’s world, commercial buildings account for more than 35 percent of the total energy consumption. In most commercial buildings Heating, Ventilating and Cooling (HVAC) consumes more than 30% percent of the total energy use. Commercial buildings owners and facility managers are challenged with getting financial returns from their investments while providing a building that is energy efficient.