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Commercial Building Automation Boosts Energy Efficiency - Adesto Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Commercial Building Automation Boosts Energy Efficiency
One of the challenges to building automation is the multitude of non-interoperable communications protocols that have evolved over the years. Buildings have several islands of automation. Bridging the islands of different automation without losing the considerable investment in each specialized control network is the main focus in this solution.
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Bellagio Fountains Dance with Echelon Technology - Adesto Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Bellagio Fountains Dance with Echelon Technology
The Bellagio Hotel needed a fast, accurate system to detect problems and alert maintenance employees to a malfunctioning fountain. The fountains are a contributor to the hotels revenues, and a failure can cost the hotel millions in sales and repairs.
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Healthy Automation: Echelon Technology Improves Hospital Operating Rooms - Adesto Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Healthy Automation: Echelon Technology Improves Hospital Operating Rooms
• Upgrade the HVAC systems in operating rooms and intensive care unit • Use an open system that would integrate legacy and future systems without complex gateways
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Turning Kitchens Greener and more Efficient with Building Automation - Adesto Technologies Industrial IoT Case Study
Turning Kitchens Greener and more Efficient with Building Automation
Fast food chains like McDonald's seek to manage labor and energy costs along multiple nodes of their supply chain. One place where all the challenges of running these restaurants converge is the kitchen. In fact, the kitchen is the ideal place where energy can be saved, monitored and improved. The toughest part about effecting changes in the kitchen though is the fact that these buildings are often old and difficult to upgrade.
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