5 Areas Where Your Building Might Be Falling Behind

Buildings that have fully connected building automation systems have competitive advantages over those that do not.

What connected buildings have that others don’t.

1. Better backup plans

Modern connectivity enables proactive downtime prevention with capabilities like remote monitoring, automated system alarms, app-based management, and early-detection analytics.

2. Stronger cyber security

Cloud-connected systems provide enhanced security, with diligent providers who are constantly combatting the latest cyber threats.

3. Sustainability/energy management tools

Connected systems enable analytics that measure current energy use, guide improvement actions, and measure results.

4. Productivity advantages

Building run smoothly with less dedicated staff by automating tasks like system scheduling.

5. More human-centric environments

Contemporary systems manage indoor environments with greater sophistication. They can pinpoint where and when people are in the building to optimize temperature, humidity and ventilation.

Most HVAC equipment up to 15 years old is connectivity ready—or at least close to it. Trane can assess your building and tell you what it will take to get up to speed. It may be easier than you think, and longer you wait the more your building will fall behind.

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