Facility management software

Quantum Vue 3.2 facility management software gives the power to deliver an individualized light experience for every occupant in the facility.

06/08/2016


Quantum VueTM 3.2 facility management software gives the power to deliver an individualized light experience for every occupant in their facility. Courtesy: Lutron ElectronicsLutron Electronics' Quantum Vue 3.2 facility management software delivers an individualized light experience for every occupant in the facility. Enabling remote control and monitoring of individual fixtures from a graphical floorplan, Quantum Vue 3.2 introduces analytics capabilities that provide lights optimization, robust space utilization reports, and building operations optimization based on when and how often spaces are occupied. With Hyperion Helper Wizard, Lutron Quantum seamlessly integrates lighting and automated window shades. It provides energy savings through combination of dimming technology, occupancy and vacancy sensors, and daylight harvesting. Quantum Vue 3.2 is web-based, designed for both mobile devices and desktops.

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