BTL Mark: Resolve interoperability issues & increase buyer confidence
Canadian tech company wins contract for US Gov. building system monitoring
Optigo Networks to support government building networks across the US,
with innovative Visual BACnet technology platform
January 14, 2020 Vancouver, BC – The General Services Administration (GSA) is one of the largest lessors/lessees in the United States, with over 376 million square feet of property owned and leased for the US government. These are critical facilities that serve the US public at the local, state, and national levels. Now, Canadian tech company Optigo Networks is helping the GSA maintain the building networks behind those properties.
In recent years, the GSA has focused on modernizing 1,000 of its buildings. Currently, around 400 buildings are connected, with many more to come. The network is integral to ensuring these intelligent systems work properly.
Vancouver-based Optigo Networks supports healthy building networks, by making sure that network data moves seamlessly from the edge to the cloud or server, uncompromised and on time. Visual BACnet, Optigo’s Software-as-a-Service platform, monitors the health of building automation systems with meaningful analytics and alerts.
After a rigorous process of security testing, Optigo Networks won a multi-year contract with the GSA to deploy Visual BACnet Site Monitoring in government buildings across the US. With Visual BACnet Site Monitoring, the GSA will monitor their devices and networks as they gradually bring more buildings online. This will also allow the GSA to improve the quality of their HVAC and building automation systems over time for better energy efficiency and higher resiliency.
This contract marks a new age for the 70-year-old General Services Administration. With Optigo’s powerful Visual BACnet technology for support, the GSA’s network of facilities is smart, secure, and ready for the future.
About Optigo Networks
Optigo Networks believes healthy networks are the backbone of smart buildings, and people are at the core. As more buildings embrace IoT, new challenges arise in making our buildings efficient, comfortable, and secure. The network is integral to ensuring these intelligent systems work properly.
[Click Banner To Learn More]
[Home Page] [The Automator] [About] [Subscribe ] [Contact Us]