The costs involved in Intelligent Building construction are at times lower than those of a traditional building. As lower-cost advancements in technology improve operability and reduce construction and operation expense, the total cost of ownership of a modern building can be significantly reduced. The combination of leveraging a low-voltage infrastructure to more efficiently deliver power and data to building automation system (BAS) devices and deploying today's more sophisticated sensor technology and integrating building system software applications can lower utility and operational costs while providing longer life expectancy of building systems.
This Lunchtime Learning program will tell you about the design and installation benefits of a unified building infrastructure, including capital and operational savings. Using a case study, it will describe the basic design foundations, technology systems, and management systems associated with smart controls.
Bob Allan, LEED Green Associate, is the Global Business Development Manager for Intelligent Buildings and Strategic Alliances for The Siemon Company, in Watertown, CT. Bob educates current and potential customers on ConvergeIT Intelligent Building cabling solutions. He has over 15 years in the IT industry
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