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Future of Building Automation
Posted by: Jordi on Monday, June 08, 2009 - 06:27 PM
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The BAS industry has seen vast improvements in the last 8 years. Protocol wars have ended during the last couple of years. Integration became an important factor. It seems that a majority of the buildings are web enabled. We have more tools to analyze data and we can communicate better with our buildings. What does the future hold for the building automation industry? Before finding out the answers, let’s learn about two new emerging technologies which will revolutionize the building automation industry.
Complete info at Automated Buildings.