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|A list of Intelligent, Fully Automated, Well Connected Buildings||
Prepared by Ken Sinclair
I am constantly asked if there is a complete list anywhere of the best examples of intelligent, fully automated, well connected buildings? Well not that I am aware of, but with the help of my sponsors and readers I am preparing this page to provide linkage to the industry's online resources of documented building intelligence. Keep focused on the fact that the latest and greatest in intelligent, fully automated, well connected buildings are still under construction and have not yet been documented. The fact that our industry's integration capabilities are increasing exponentially widens this gap.
Please help me complete this list of connected buildings. Send your links to firstname.lastname@example.org
installations are found around the globe. This link is a small sampling of our
Systems integration with Alerton solutions means you are combining the best third-party controls with building automation.
Andover Controls systems can be found on every continent in the world, in a wide range of applications.
Automated Logic brings leadership, innovation and order to the complexities of building control.
Delta Controls has helped make the difference for highly skilled teams of architects, engineers, and contractors
Johnson Controls case studies page The three I suggested are Emirates Towers, Aurora Municipal Center and Security Benefits Group. Steve Thomas Manager, Marketing Communications
The Reliable-Controls® MACH-System is installed in a wide variety of applications including; Retail, Healthcare, Education Agriculture, Recreational, Office and Financial.
Triduim A web-based platform that unifies all of your systems - from the major open technologies in the building automation industry to most major proprietary systems.
Systems Our vision is to become the provider of choice for energy
management by deploying our wholly automated, Internet-based energy network
which monitors and continuously optimizes energy usage.
White Paper "Intelligent Agents"
The Technology Roadmap (TRM) for Intelligent Building
Technologies was a collaborative $110,000 research project between industry and five federal
Canadian government departments and agencies, managed by the Continental Automated Buildings Association. The project focused upon commercial,
institutional and high-rise residential buildings, and culminated in a final report that provides an in-depth examination of intelligent buildings
In the building controls industry LonMark is recognized
worldwide as a leading brand for open interoperable control products for use in all facets
of building automation including access control, elevators, energy management, file/life/safety, HVAC, lighting,
metering and security applications.
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