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Phoenix Contact joins BACnet

   

Phoenix Contact joins BACnet

In building automation networks, the open, vendor-neutral BACnet (Building Automation and Control Networks) communication protocol allows to exchange data between the sensors, actuators, and management systems of different manufacturers. The BACnet International industry association supports the global application of the BACnet protocol. Phoenix Contact has now become an official member of this association.

With the Emalytics building management system and matching IoT controllers, the German company already facilitates building automation, using protocols like BACnet, which are widely used in building automation. At the same time, Phoenix Contact solutions also build a bridge to smart IoT technologies, taking into account the increasingly complex security requirements of the IT world. Bernhard Tillmanns, Director Global Industry Management Building Technology, saay: “Because Phoenix Contact is an industrial automation provider, international standards are extremely important to us. We require all types of data to create added value for building operators and users with our solutions. We are pleased to be part of the BACnet International network. Based on the existing building industry standards, we want to develop our innovations further and firmly establish topics such as digitalization and security in the building management industry with our solutions.

Phoenix Contact has many years of comprehensive process know-how in the industrial solutions business. With its own Emalytics building management system, it provides a building-to-IoT platform. Emalytics gives building operators key information at a glance so they can design sustainable, efficient building operation and more convenience and services for smart building users.

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