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 Introduction to Building Automation Systems

11:00AM - 12:00PM ROOM S103A MONDAY, JAN 22

Phil Zito
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Building Automation Systems: The Primer You Always Wanted one of the over 50 free education sessions at AHR

11:00AM - 12:00PM ROOM S103A MONDAY, JAN 22

Building Automation Systems:The Primer You Always Wanted FREE

Building Automation Systems are quite simple to understand. That may seem like a stretch but this session will provide an interactive analysis of the four-tier building automation architecture. The audience will leave with a thorough understanding of how BAS function and what their purpose is.

Building Automation Systems (BAS) are becoming increasingly more important. The days of manually operating a building are rapidly drawing to a close. After all, it is tough to meet the energy and comfort demands of today’s tenants and building owners with manual operation.

There also is the challenge that many of the senior BAS Professionals are leaving the industry, and you have a potential recipe for disaster.

But it doesn’t have to be this way. A properly utilized a BAS can:

The challenge is that a sufficiently utilized BAS rarely comes about by default. It is something that must be intentionally created and utilized.

To do that we must grow our understanding of BAS beyond just controllers and sensors.

Think about your involvement with BAS in the past. Do any of these things sound familiar?

Reliable ControlsSo when we look at the question, “What is a BAS” we can quickly realize that is the wrong question. We should be asking ourselves What could a BAS be?

A BAS is so much more than its parts and pieces.

A properly implemented BAS is part of your processes and procedures. The result is that you’re able to use existing BAS features in ways that allow you to achieve greater efficiencies from the same amount of effort.

It is these exact topics that we will discuss in the session titled, Building Automation Systems: The Primer You Always Wanted at the ASHRAE Expo in Chicago.

Those who attend this session will leave with an understanding of what a BAS is along with clear, actionable steps that they can take to improve how they utilize and design BAS going forward.



                                                                                                                                       
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