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Aircuity Launches New Platform for Smart Commercial Buildings

Aircuity 2.0 includes the new MyAircuity web and desktop apps that deliver accountability to building owners and facility managers implementing demand control ventilation.

Newton, Mass.-based Aircuity, a provider of demand control ventilation and indoor environmental quality solutions, recently launched its 2.0 platform. Aircuity 2.0 is ideal for a wide variety of commercial buildings looking to significantly reduce energy costs, improve cognitive function and productivity, and achieve quantifiable results as part of a smart building strategy.

The new platform includes the brand new MyAircuity web and desktop apps that deliver actionable insights, transparency and accountability to building owners and facility managers implementing demand control ventilation.

The web app was designed with users’ input and provides deeper analytics of cost and energy savings, indoor environmental quality responses and occupant behaviors. The redesigned user interface presents the highest priority information for each stakeholder, on demand or delivered to their inbox or mobile device.

From concept through design to start-up and turn-over, the engineering toolset in the desktop app ensures high quality, properly integrated and cyber-secure implementations.

Aircuity 2.0 also includes physical system upgrades. Among other initiatives, Aircuity made a significant investment to enhance the intelligence of its devices so the system can better “watch itself” and has migrated its data center to Microsoft Azure. The result is increased availability, reliability and security, which in turn increases the return on investment for Aircuity’s customers.

Aircuity will be working with its customers in 17 countries to migrate its entire portfolio to the new platform. Aircuity 2.0 was designed with this migration in mind, so the process takes as little as 30 minutes per system.

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