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The world is getting smarter and more connected. Yet, adding or collecting more building data in the Cloud or onsite serves little purpose without actionable ways to characterize or use it. Luckily, there are cost-effective ways to make better-informed decisions about building operations to meet the needs of occupants today without incurring additional engineering time or costs.
Watch the Webinar replay and learn how a truly open system focused on data-driven design can help.
Speed and ease of integration matter. Desigo Optic delivers.
Desigo Optic, Powered by FIN Framework, provides a highly-efficient building automation solution with enhanced integration across numerous third-party systems. With Project Haystack semantic data models and tagging features, Desigo Optic offers better workflows for integration, creation of graphics, trend analysis and overall building management. Built for single-discipline buildings and also scalable to grow with the building and property portfolio’s needs.
For easier scalability and a more extensive lifecycle
With Desigo Optic, growing the system is easy. The building automation system can grow with the building – requiring no add-on hardware or system change outs. Via software and a new software-embedded CFG3.F100 supervisory controller, Desigo Optic provides actionable data leveraging a unified tool set that is optimized for efficient workflows to dramatically reduce project complexity around solution implementation.
The new CFG3.F100 embedded controller provides a more modular growth process. Each controller is preloaded with a license that can support up to 1000 data points with the full array of features for Desigo Optic. These instances of Desigo Optic can be connected to a localized server over Haystack API creating a modular extension of the system.
How to add context to building data for numerous stakeholder benefits
Openly available and flexible solutions and communications protocols are key to help various stakeholders integrate across systems to better manage a building’s performance and life cycle. Because data affects every aspect of a building and its occupants differently, applying standardized tags to data points and devices is critical.
Download the infographic to learn how different building stakeholders—from owners to facility managers, to system integrators and engineers—can benefit through system interoperability based on standardized point tagging.
Improved Operation through Proven Tagging StandardsDesigo Optic is built on Haystack 4, which offers a standardized tagging model that helps simplify the data, leading to more powerful results.
Designed for Interoperability and Scalability, Desigo Optic is an Ideal Fit for Your Building
Built-In Tools Offer Simplified Engineering and More Proficient Commissioning
Seamless Integration with Multiple Protocols
Whether BACnet, Modbus, SNMP and OPC, this state-of-the-art, open building management framework leverages nHaystack to seamlessly adapt protocol integrations. Metadata tags allow easy normalization of useful information for customized views and dashboards.