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Connected controls and solutions use data to report and predict HVAC equipment performance. So you can react before trouble strikes. These are some examples of what Trane’s connected controls and solutions can do—for any building.
Commercial Office Buildings
Keep tenants comfortable and happy with remote troubleshooting. Check on schedules and set points. Receive and investigate alarms. Remote system inspections allow facility staff to investigate and resolve many issues when they are not in the building.
Protect uptime and time maintenance perfectly with predictive analytics. Ultrasonic technology, electromagnetic induction, vibration analysis, infrared thermography and other advancements can call out developing equipment failures early enough to prevent them.
Health Care Facilities
Avoid compliance penalties by automating backup systems. Building automation systems can pre-program contingency plans, including backup generators and supplementary equipment.
Standardize environments and reduce costs with muti-building remote access and control. An integrated platform makes it easier to manage multiple standalone buildings. It can bring status information and control into a unified interface.
Maintain ideal learning conditions with mobile alarm notifications. Modern system controls introduce many new operational tools. Alarm notifications are one way that building automation helps schools become more resilient and productive.