5/3/2019 12:38 PM
We are very excited to announce our newest Events2HVAC event provider for Facilities Management eXpress!
FMX is a cloud-hosted CMMS (computerized maintenance management system) that includes modules for work order management, planned maintenance scheduling, and inventory and asset management – which is the module Events2HVAC accesses for room schedules.
FMX is popular with K-12 schools, manufacturing plants, religious organizations, government agencies, and property management companies. FMX is a robust solution that not only provides work order tracking and room scheduling but also many other features including:
And now, FMX users can use their room schedules to control HVAC via Events2HVAC!
Events2HVAC pulls room schedules from FMX and sends commands to building controls to automatically control heating and cooling (HVAC) for each individual event. It eliminates tedious HVAC scheduling and saves energy by not running HVAC in empty rooms. Events2HVAC users report energy savings of $250 – $1,300/room/year or 0.50 – 0.75 cents/sqft/year. Plus, they save time and reduce their carbon footprint too!
Events2HVAC is compatible with most building automation systems because it sends commands via BACnet/IP, which is a standard communication protocol for the HVAC industry. It is also compatible with a host of wired and wireless thermostats used by smaller facilities that don’t need a full building automation system.
Events2HVAC is the only HVAC schedule integration software that is compatible with more than 25 scheduling systems, all major building automation systems, and 20 types of networked thermostats. It is simply the most compatible and flexible product of its type on the market.
For a free online presentation or quote for your facility, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Founded in 1998, Streamside Solutions provides software products, solutions and services for the building automation industry.
Phone: (888) 320-4277
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