HVAC system uses IoT

Intelligent Equipment harnesses the Internet of Things (IoT) for commercial HVAC equipment.

04/13/2015


Intelligent equipment unlocks data that will revolutionize the HVAC industryDaikin Applied has launched Intelligent Equipment, a  technology platform that harnesses the Internet of Things (IoT) for commercial HVAC equipment. With the technology, HVAC systems can be monitored and controlled remotely using any mobile device. It gives users the ability to quickly adjust ineffective systems and help facility managers maintain equipment before it loses efficiency or impacts occupant comfort. Intelligent Equipment makes it possible for HVAC systems to deliver users' financial summaries of their energy savings and equipment payback; sync with weather forecasts to adjust for changing climates before it happens; and give users direct access to its power usage levels as well as its CO2 use.

Daikin Applied

www.DaikinApplied.com



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