Panel Builder System Integrator

Distech Controls


The open structure of EC-Net building management system (BMS) creates a common development and management environment for the integration of BACnet, LONWORKS, Modbus™, and other standards.





Desigo provides a single intuitive platform can be used to easily control, regulate, and optimize heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting and shading, energy management, fire safety, and security systems, including access control, video surveillance, and intrusion protection.





ABB is not a new name in home automation. It has a successful legacy as a leader in the development of intelligent building technologies, which are transforming homes around the world.



Schneider Electric


Schneider Electric, Danfoss and Somfy announced today that they are partnering to create a Connectivity Ecosystem that aims to accelerate the adoption of connectivity in residential, mid-size building and hotel markets. Committed to openness and interoperability, the three companies combine 300 years of innovation and expertise with the largest global network of trusted installers in the industry.



Modern Niagara


Modern’s Building Controls team upgraded the building automation system (BAS) at 250 Albert, replacing a legacy building automation system (BAS) with an advanced Distech Controls system. The new BAS includes valuable capabilities, including the ability to tap into hydro meters and use the Periscope software to analyze the data from those meters.




Employees from AL-KO THERM GMBH were visiting an EPLAN stand at a trade fair and by chance came across EPLAN Engineering Configuration (EEC) – the system that enables simple and consistent configuration of mechatronics systems. They now use EEC worldwide as a configurator and benefit from significantly simpler instrumentation and control (I&C) engineering.



Hepta Systems


Many in the intelligent buildings industry got their start working as Systems Integrators as controls technicians with the first “skill” learned checking out valve and damper actuators. Back in the days of pneumatic controls it involved connecting a pump-up tool, watching the actuator move to the desired position, and checking it off as complete.



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