XPAIR. The development of buildings requires them to put more intelligence in the facilities of environmental engineering, concentrated in the controllers and regulators. A concern according to Stéphane Lemey, department manager-Fluids & Energy at OTCE in Toulouse, which sees systems of proportion, the actors exceeded and users captive.
It is clear that, with buildings becoming more efficient, it becomes inevitable to put more intelligence in the facilities engineering climate. This intelligence is found to be concentrated in the multiple plcs, controllers, etc set up in our buildings. However, this poses many problems :
– The offices of study and enterprises have not mastered (yet) perfectly equipment that is taking up more and more space in our facilities, and have lost autonomy in relation to their suppliers ;
– These systems are often disproportionate to the expectations of the users and may complicate the operations of the driving / maintenance ;
– Installations of regulation and supervision, even if based on communication protocols so-called ” open “, subject a very often the different stakeholders and the end client to players who become compelling.
Thus, very often, offices of study and enterprises (and customer’s end) are in the position of users of services allowing them, via a range of technologies but often trapped, to get in touch with facilities of environmental engineering and third-party equipment.
First master the technology
It all starts with the mastery of the ins and outs, and we can see that the offices of study and enterprises poorly mastered…
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