Energy Management Solutions for Smart Factories and Green Buildings

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Smart factory and green building solutions CAN Newsletter, September 26, 2016 Delta presented a spectrum of automation and energy management solutions with leading energy efficiency for smart factories, green buildings, renewable energy systems, EV charging networks, and more. At the Hanover Fair this year Delta has introduced and now offers the following solutions: Industrial automation … Read more

Energy Efficiency Takes Center Stage at Carnegie Hall

Energy Efficient Solutions Help Carnegie Hall Secure LEED Silver Certification ACHR News, August 25, 2015. Image credit: Palm Beach Daily News Carnegie Hall, the nearly 125-year old iconic New York City music venue, has announced its award of a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council, making … Read more

Penn State is Using Automated Controls to Reduce GHG Emissions

Penn State uses digital building automation systems to boost sustainability Penn State News, August 11, 2015. Image credit: drocpsu Since Penn State has 20.5 million square feet of building space at University Park campus alone, the building automation systems are a major component of the University’s overall energy reduction and conservation efforts. The automated controls have … Read more

The Wonders of Big Data and Commissioning Practices

Technology—Performance Art & Science Commercial Property Executive, August Issue. Image credit: weinstock As information technology improves and building owners accept commissioning as standard practice, that would seem to mean smooth sailing for commissioning as an integral part of development and property management. Naturally, things aren’t that simple. To address challenges, in 2013 the American Society of … Read more

San Mateo County Community College is Taking Building Automation to the Next Level

California Community College District Aims To Improve Energy Efficiency with Analytics Campus Technology, July 9, 2015. Image credit: werner22brigitte The San Mateo County Community College District (SMCCCD) has launched an energy efficiency project designed to reduce energy waste and create a cohesive facility management system across its three colleges and 82 buildings. The 40,000-student district has … Read more

Enhancing the Value of Real Estate with HVAC Automation

The Economics of HVAC Automation for Commercial Real Estate CNA Finance, June 9, 2015. Image credit: geralt What is HVAC Automation? Quite simply taking all of the heating and cooling equipment in a building and making it work more efficiently than just on a schedule or by immediate demand. The return for the effort to … Read more

Smart Building Technology Catches Second Wave

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Clean Tech Stages A Comeback In The Smart Building Space Tech Crunch, February 5, 2015 After the clean tech boom went bust, the industry seemed to disappear from the tech world’s focus as quickly as the billions of dollars that had been invested. But one sector — energy efficiency — has made a quick comeback with a little help from the Internet of … Read more

RCS Software is Taming the Energy Beast

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Starving the energy monster for energy efficient buildings January 19, 2015 There are one and a half million commercial buildings in the U.S. Less than ten percent of them have energy management systems. Technology from a Siemens company in Austin, Texas has what it takes to steadily ramp down this huge sector’s appetite for energy. … Read more

New Temperature Sensors Offer Industry-Leading Power Efficiency

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Silicon Labs Introduces New Ultra-Low-Power Temperature Sensors Business Wire Press Release, January 12, 2015 Silicon Labs (NASDAQ: SLAB), a leading provider of environmental and optical sensing solutions for the Internet of Things and industrial automation, today introduced a new family of high-precision temperature sensors offering industry-leading power efficiency. Silicon Labs’ ultra-low-power Si705x temperature sensors consume only 195 nA (typical average … Read more