Monthly Archives: July 2016

BOMA 2016 Conference Recap

BOMA RecapComputrols enjoyed a very successful BOMA conference this year. It was the first BOMA conference in which we participated as an exhibitor and presenter. This year also happened to be the most highly attended conference for BOMA International.

Exhibiting

The Computrols team manning our booth included VP of Operations, Drew Mire, D.C. Branch Manager, Bob Hand, Director of Research and Development, Mike Donlon, and Digital Marketing Manager, Scott Holstein. The team met with a number of property managers and facility engineers, educating each of them on the value that a Computrols building automation system could bring their facility. We also had the pleasure of running into a number of our current customers on the exhibit floor. Continue reading BOMA 2016 Conference Recap

 

Three Tips For Planning A Building Automation System Project

Recently, FacilitiesNet published an article titled “Three Tips for Planning a Building Automation System Project.” The piece walks readers through considerations that they should take into account when replacing their current BAS. We found the article to be helpful and related to our own recommendations. Below, we have addressed each of their recommendations from Computrols perspective. Continue reading Three Tips For Planning A Building Automation System Project

 

Computrols Donates BAS to NAPE

NAPE LogoComputrols is proud to have recently donated a complete Computrols Building Automation System to the National Association of Power Engineers Educational Foundation (NAPEEF). The donation included Computrols’ flagship CBAS software, BACnet software driver, relays, sensors, power supply, enclosure, and an X-Line DDC Controller which is backed by Computrols’ signature lifetime warranty. This system can be run on any PC and can be moved to various training locations as needed. Continue reading Computrols Donates BAS to NAPE

 

Energy Analysis Solutions

Energy Analysis
Buildings rarely perform as initially intended, resulting in energy use that is higher than anticipated. To resolve this inherent problem, retro-commissioning, performance contracting, and facility IoT analytics have all emerged to capture market share. In practice, energy efficiency in buildings is achieved through the balanced combination of design concepts, applied technologies, and operational strategies. These work together to reduce the consumption of energy. Continue reading Energy Analysis Solutions