• Wireless technology is a game-changer for improving building management and energy efficiency

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Simple diagram showing wired and wireless systems in a single ecosystem Research by ENERGY STAR indicates that commercial office buildings waste as much as 30% of their energy consumption.

What energy managers need to know about wireless technology

Research indicates that commercial buildings waste as much as 30% of their energy consumption in managing lighting, HVAC and humidity control. A building management system (BMS) can help control energy use.

Deploying a wireless BMS solution offers advantages for facility and energy management:

  • Ease of installation is a given – no special wiring, no renovation, and minimal disruption to business.
  • A wireless BMS installation is faster, which leads to lower cost of ownership and faster ROI.
  • Wireless offers full scalability due to open protocols for communication and applications. Upgrades and add-ons are also easier to manage.
  • In support of green initiatives, wireless adheres to regulations and guidelines – and enables the use of energy-efficient systems.

To learn more about wireless technology for your facility, download the Schneider Electric white paper, “Leveraging Wireless Technology to Reduce Building Energy Costs.”
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