Daikin Integration to BACnet, Modbus, KNX, WIFI, Mobile Apps
International Building Automation Experts meet in Vienna
Buildings under Control Symposium 2015, October 20 to 21 in Vienna, Austria
Already for the fifth time, LOYTEC, the specialist for innovative building automation solutions, hosts the Buildings under Control Symposium in Vienna. From October 20–21, 2015 numerous controls experts from all around the world will gather at this successful expert conference. The international conference is targeting controls specialists, planners, operators, business partners, and customers of LOYTEC. Exciting presentations will demonstrate the newest developments and innovations. In the exhibition area, the LOYTEC development and product management team will be at your disposal to answer any questions.
Red-hot topics will be on the agenda. The main focus will be on the “challenges of modern building automation and control”. In addition, an insight into LOYTEC’s philosophy of IP centric systems will be provided. Last but not least, the symposium outlines how the use of wireless communication opens up exciting worlds of solutions for building automation.
LIOB-AIR, the comprehensive VAV solution for optimizing any ventilation system, is one of the symposium’s highlights. The fully IP based VAV solution provides advanced demand controlled ventilation (DCV) algorithms, 24/7 self-test capabilities, integrated visualization, fully programmable control logic and also wireless mesh communication.
With the new L-VIS models with frameless glass front and capacitive touch and the L-STAT room control unit, LOYTEC has extended its range of modern and flexible interfaces for end users. The operating panels not only impress with their modern and timeless design, but also with technical sophistication.
Another focus is on the L-DALI family of
products for lighting solutions. The new L-DALI devices, the LDALI-MS1
multi-sensor, the LDALI-BM1 push-button coupler, and the LDALI-RM1
relay-module in combination with the multifunctional L-DALI controllers
make it even easier to design a modern lighting control system that is
fully integrated into building and operational management.
Dynamic, comprehensive building management systems such as LOYTEC’s LWEB-900 become mandatory in these days that constantly collect, evaluate and visualize information of different applications and processes of buildings. This time, the spotlight is on one of LWEB-900’s major new features: the support of BACnet.
Moreover, the latest developments of LOYTEC’s revolutionary room automation system L-ROC will be presented in detail. L-ROC allows for extreme flexibility towards the ever changing requirements of building tenants and users during the long life cycle of a building. Adaptations of floor plans or room layouts to changing needs and the resulting adjustments of the room automation system can be accomplished easily, quickly and economically with L-ROC.
The Buildings under Control Symposium 2015 is held at the Viennese Science and Technology Center, Tech Gate Vienna. The conference rooms on the nineteenth floor offer a breathtaking view over the city and due to the close subway connection, attendees are only a few minutes away from the city center. As the symposium is targeting an international audience the official conference language will be English. In addition to technical
lectures and case studies, the accompanying product exhibition will offer practical applications and problem solutions. More information and the online registration can be found on the LOYTEC website under www.loytec.com/bucs.
Founded in 1999, LOYTEC electronics GmbH today ranks among the leading European providers of intelligent network infrastructure products for building automation. There, LOYTEC exclusively relies on open and standardized communication protocols. LOYTEC develops, manufactures, and distributes router and gateway solutions, embedded Automation Servers and I/O Controllers, the room automation system L-ROC, the VAV system LIOB-AIR, DALI lighting controls, and also graphical user interfaces in the form of touch panels or via PCs or mobile devices. The primary focus is on network solutions for buildings and real estate. Methods provided are a secure remote access through the Internet, notification, and of course functions for data acquisition, information visualization, and data storage.
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