Building Automation Systems provide operators a central location to receive building alarms and operating conditions. By utilizing LAN (local area networks) or WAN (wide area networks), multiple workstations can be incorporated.
Remote alarming is available through networks, the Internet, e-mail, text messaging and phone modems.
A Building Automation System provides scheduling and tracking of after-hours building use to ensure occupant comfort and allows operating costs to be designated to the appropriate cost center.
Abnormal operating conditions can often be detected and corrected before tenant comfort or safety is compromised.