In the first of three articles on cyber risks to building control systems, a veteran DoD consultant assesses Operational Technologies, including field components and devices, controllers, servers, workstations, mobile and HMI.
Even if a building is not completely 'smart', the use of networks in its internal systems may still be extensive
Prized for their efficiency, energy recovery ventilators once again are gaining in popularity. But like all other HVAC components, they need to be properly designed and sized.
Interconnected data generated by today's vast and growing Internet of Things (IoT) allows facilities managers to take a much more predictive approach to maintenance
This week's horrific events in Las Vegas reminded many of the tragedy at the University of Texas decades ago. With that in mind, we offer this recent discussion posted by Johnson Controls about security measures that colleges and universities are...
With electricity for commercial buildings two to three times more expensive on hot summer days, installing a big cooling system and not planning ahead is unwise.
Cogeneration is the production of electricity using waste heat from an industrial process or the use of steam from electric-power generation as a source of heat.
The Midwest is emerging as a major player in the natural-gas arena, and the densely populated areas of the Northeast and Midwest are likely to see price benefits for years to come.