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Open Systems

Proprietary systems? They're history. Today's building control is an open discussion: open systems, open architecture, open standards.

Open systems have introduced new levels of operational efficiency, flexibility and cost effectiveness. With open architecture, users can install integrated, easily modified systems using innovative combinations of components -- including components from competing providers. And they provide practical solutions for remote operations as well as multi-system control from single workstations.

  • System Architecture
  • Software
  • Routers
  • Control Modules
  • Third Party Integration
  • Accessories

What are Open Systems?

Open systems are systems which allow the user to connect business controls so they may be accessed at one time.

Open Systems Provide:

  • Interoperability
  • Interacting hardware with well-defined, accessible interfaces
  • Self-maintenance