HVAC building management system

The ComfortPoint Open Building Management System by Honeywell controls and optimizes heating and cooling equipment in facilities.

08/31/2012


Honeywell has introduced the ComfortPoint Open Building Management System, the next generation of the company’s technology to control and optimize heating and cooling equipment in facilities. ComfortPoint Open improves ease of use through Web and mobile accessibility, reduces energy costs with built-in utility meter management tools and advanced energy reporting, and provides flexibility to grow and expand with end-to-end BACnet integration. ComfortPoint Open increases productivity through an intuitive user interface. In addition, facility personnel can access the system online, giving them a convenient, round-the-clock way to view building equipment, manage alarms, and change schedules. Operators can also use the Honeywell EasyMobile client interface to manage and control equipment from a variety of mobile devices, such as a smartphone or iPad.

Honeywell

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