By Megan Hoegler
NEWTON, Mass. — Aircuity has announced the addition of BACnet Client capability, an interoperability feature designed to give customers a cost-effective way to view a broad picture of their facility’s operations, to their current platform.
BACnet Client allows the Aircuity platform to integrate additional points available on the network from building systems and present them alongside Aircuity’s data, reducing integration costs and providing clients with a simple way to view all key building parameters. BACnet Client is now available on all new Aircuity projects and can be loaded onto existing systems.
“We believe that BACnet Client allows Aircuity to cost effectively bring more valuable information into our dashboard analytics,” said Pete Hmelyar, vice president of sales, in a release. “Now our customers can view more data in one place, which saves time and helps when diagnosing any sort of issue within the building.”
Aircuity has also made a series of updates to the MyAircuity program. Chinese languages are now supported in customer web pages, additional graphs zoom features have been added to the Graphing and Exporting feature and flow driver dashboard updates will now be based on rooms rather than test areas, making data easier for users to identify.