Smart HVAC Software Integration

IoT Energy offers a complete Smart HVAC solution that implements a robust, advanced control system. This system allows IoT Energy’s Smart HVAC Software Integration to deliver customized solutions for an existing BMS (Building Management System).

There are numerous smart HVAC systems on the market.  Newer technology makes choices difficult to determine the best fit for an organization, and easy for some services to misrepresent themselves as high-quality smart service.  IoT Energy is here to ensure the best Smart HVAC software integration that incorporates the various aspects of your business effortlessly, including transmission and handling of channels, programming, and remittance.


What is smart HVAC?

HVAC stands for Heating, Ventilating, and Air Conditioning and has existed since the late 1800s. In the 1980s a new set of standards was released to meet the minimum energy efficiency of building designs. Now that IoT Energy has released various products and smart solutions for a smarter building, smart HVAC systems have evolved. These systems solve problems that traditional HVAC system couldn’t such as providing for functionality of intelligent heating and cooling systems. By having a smart HVAC system, the smart sensors in buildings and utilities can comprehensively monitor external sources and interior functionality so the system can maintain its efficiency.

Beginning the Journey with Smart HVAC Software

IoT Energy can easily manage the integration of smart HVAC software in new buildings and homes, but it can also make the transition of older buildings and homes into smart ones with its efficient planning and management. By identifying outdated equipment, the smart HVAC software integration proceeds  quickly and smoothly, since a focused consultation provides estimates on the cost and utilities that need upgrading, instead of replacing all the devices within a building. Additionally, conducting an energy audit on a building or private home is cost-effective, since the planning includes strategic positioning and programming of smart HVAC systems for the most efficient energy management.

IoT Energy’s Smart HVAC Software Integration

While not all elements of a heating and cooling system can be made intelligent, the following alterations can take a simple system and make it energy efficient and smart.

Compressor and Air Manager

The compressor, which is the electric pump that compresses refrigerant, and the air handler, which blows air over the heating or cooling coils, both involve a major energy load on the system. It’s important that these components are optimized. Efficiency can be achieved both in the equipment itself and when these two components run only when they’re needed, by making use of demand response programming. The emergence of more distributed energy generation (like solar, wind, and battery storage) is only possible as more and more intelligence is built into our electrical grids and mechanical equipment.

Ventilation & Air Source

The ventilation system directs air where and when needed in a building. In new commercial buildings elaborate ventilation systems are usually modeled beforehand with BMS technology. Even in residential construction a licensed mechanical, engineering, and plumbing (MEP) engineer typically needs to design the HVAC system, which includes ventilation design. The overall goal is to provide air to rooms that are occupied and to keep the temperature in those rooms at a comfortable level.