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Automated Logic picks up early BACnet certification

August 26, 2009
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Automated Logic Corporation has announced that its WebCTRL building automation software was among the first to receive the BACnet Testing Laboratory’s (BTL) Advanced Workstation Software certification (B-AWS). This advanced certification is the highest level of the three types of BACnet certification available for an operating system. B-AWS was created when the former BACnet Operator Workstation Software (B-OWS) certification was split into three levels with the B-AWS being the highest level allowing the most feature rich monitoring, modifying, configuration, and commissioning available.

“Automated Logic has always been a strong proponent of BACnet,” said Lauren Kolb, president of Automated Logic Corporation. “We were a founding member of the BACnet Manufacturers Association, now known as BACnet International. We realized early on that this protocol provides our customers with the platform required to attain the system integration so important to intelligent buildings today.”

Automated Logic designs WebCTRL to be known for its superior graphics, intuitive user interface, and operator access from virtually any Internet device, anywhere in the world. What’s more, it is built to combine these innovations with traditional Automated Logic features like graphic programming, hierarchical scheduling, and automatic setpoint optimization. Standard features like learning adaptive optimal start and request-based control provide a comfortable workspace for the least possibleenergy use, and independent tests show Automated Logic’s demand level setpoint adjustment is the most effective and least disruptive way to control peak demand.

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