PAST PROJECTS

Tailored BMS Solutions - Niagara N4 Tridium

The Niagara Supervisor is part of the portfolio of Java-based controller/ server products, software applications and tools powered by the Niagara Framework®. It provides server-level functions for a network of JACE, Niagara Edge® and other field devices. The Niagara Supervisor serves real-time graphical information to standard web-browser clients and performs essential functions such as analytics, centralized data logging/trending, archiving to external databases, alarming, dashboarding, system navigation, master scheduling, database management and integration with other enterprise software applications. Additionally, the Niagara Supervisor provides a comprehensive graphical engineering toolset for application development and configuration.

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Commissioning Applications

Applications developed and tailored to specific project requirements, allowing engineers to efficiently test and certify installations containing multiple networked control devices. Ranging from FCUs, wallstat setpoint controllers, touchscreens, underfloor heating and water metering devices. 

Application functionality included but not limited to:

  • Automated hardware manipulation with monitoring and logging of the installations integrated controls response.

  • Engineer prompting for user input via wall controllers or touchscreens.

  • Sensor reading logging.

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Test Lab Emulation Application

An in house testing application developed to emulate the thermal behaviour of a room/space. The application allows testing of a products controls strategy without the need for a physical test space and running plant. Saving on development cost and the unnecessary environmental impact. As testing can be performed in a virtual environment, multiple product versions can be tested simultaneously, cutting down on development times. Along with the ability to recreate a night/day cycle the application allows for emulating multiple other real world situations such as open window events, elevated thermal loadings due to increases in occupants and direct sunlight due to window orientations.

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