In order for a cannabis business to grow high-quality product, environmental conditions must be optimal—which means humidity, temperature controls, lighting controls, alarm systems and carbon dioxide levels must consistently be on point, which can most easily and cost-effectively be achieved with building controls. These elements are best controlled with building automation systems.
With 2019 coming to a close, we’re not only saying goodbye to another year; we are saying goodbye to an entire decade—a decade that showed astonishing (or unimaginable) advances in the controls industry. Read on to learn four trending practices in integrated facilities management for 2020.
Direct digital control technology (DDC) plays an extremely important role it plays in facilities—especially when paired with a building management system and when implemented in healthcare facilities. Read on to learn more about how DDC helps with HVAC and temperature controls, efficiency and automation in healthcare.
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Building management systems software and hardware companies, like other industries, are moving toward the era of BMS-as-a-service model. We recently spoke with Tridium, who has been leading the transition in the controls industry, about their Niagara software maintenance agreements (SMAs) as standard practice for the JACE controller and Niagara software.
While building automation systems do wonders for time, money and energy savings for facilities, they become even more impactful when coupled with another system: direct digital control (DDC) technology.