How IP Controls Are Changing Building Automation Controls
Posted on Mar 02, 2022 by Joslyn Beckwith
LONG's very own Scott Papay, Sales Manager for our Building Automation team in Littleton, CO, was a panelist on an AHR 2022 Education Session discussing how Building Automation Systems have gone IP and what it means for network architecture and system integrators like LONG.
The panel spoke on:
Building owners' desires to have their BAS systems on a network secured by their own IT departments
The increase of data limitations when using IP, making it easier to access data analytics for your building
The resistance of some consulting engineers to adopting this change
The ever-lowering cost of installing and maintaining IP controlled networks
View the full video below to learn directly from the experts:
For questions about the education session, building automation, or IP controls, reach out to us today.
Joslyn is the digital marketing coordinator for LONG. She loves to hike and play volleyball when the weather is warm and spends her free time reading, watching movies, and playing video and board games.