Building automation system

Johnson Controls' Metasys 8.1 building automation system features new graphics and enhanced security to ensure secure, encrypted communications.

02/23/2017


Johnson Controls' Metasys 8.1 building automation system features new graphics and enhanced security to ensure secure, encrypted communications. Courtesy: Johnson ControlsMetasys 8.1 building automation system (BAS) from Johnson Controls features an easy-to-use interface that provides new, photo-realistic graphics for better visualization and faster troubleshooting. These new graphics are easily created within Metasys and do not require any additional software or tools, significantly reducing time on task. This latest release also offers security enhancements that provide secure, encrypted communications between two communicating applications or between client and server using HTTPS. Metasys 8.1 uses TLS 1.2 protocol, the current standard for communications privacy on the internet. A new secure network automation engine provides government and commercial customers with a stronger line of defense with embedded technology designed to shield critical infrastructure against cyber-attacks. 

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