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Remote Software Upgrades: Giving You All of the Benefits with None of the Hassle

Remote Software Upgrades: Giving You All of the Benefits with None of the Hassle

Upgrading a device’s software typically gives you access to new features, boosts a device’s functionality, provides enhancements to the user experience and introduces security updates to give you better protection. It’s common practice in today’s digital world: think about how many times you have updated the software on your smart phone or Tablet. With a simple click of a button, your device updates, and you suddenly have the latest features at your fingertips.
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Open or proprietary protocols? You choose.

Open or proprietary protocols? You choose.

Building automation systems (BAS) are a combination of varying equipment and devices, all of which communicate across a local or broader network. The way in which these devices communicate is called the protocol, either open or proprietary. This blog considers the benefits of open protocols.
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Blog: Comparing Communications Technologies

Blog: Comparing Communications Technologies

Refrigeration, HVAC and building management system products are available with a range of different communication technologies to fit the unique project needs and requirements of each project. Some communication technologies are more appropriate in different situations. We have outlined some of the basic advantages and disadvantages to each technology in this post.
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Blog: Mapping the HVACR Internet of Things

Blog: Mapping the HVACR Internet of Things

Around the world and across a variety of industries, more and more HVACR devices are coming ‘online’ and organisations are more and more frequently moving away from the ‘set and forget’ models of energy infrastructure that have dominated in the HVACR industries for decades.
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Blog: The Importance of Control and Monitoring in the Cold Chain

Blog: The Importance of Control and Monitoring in the Cold Chain

The Cold Chain is the name given to the refrigerated supply chain required for moving perishable goods – food and medical products primarily – from production or field to market and consumption. For food, this includes the processing, transportation, storage, and sale/display of products before they reach the end consumer. Without the cold chain, perishable goods can only be transported and sold as far as they can travel without spoiling or developing harmful bacteria.
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Blog: Introduction to Wireless Mesh

Blog: Introduction to Wireless Mesh

A wireless mesh network is one that is made up of separate inter-connected nodes that organise to form a communicating mesh topology through radio. In control and monitoring infrastructure, nodes are made up of adapters, interface modules, sensors and access points, which in turn enable devices to connect to each other and the World Wide Web, if desired. Nodes can be fixed or mobile, providing a diverse range of applications.
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Blog: DMTouch - Start Saving Energy

Blog: DMTouch - Start Saving Energy

The DMTouch from Resource Data Management comes with a host of energy saving and management features built in and additional advanced features available as an option. For building management projects the DMTouch can be configured to monitor metered consumables like water, gas, and electricity. We also offer several energy savings features for temperature control applications, and a DMTouch can have a range of these options activated simultaneously.
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