Caroline Jacobsson

Optimised water temperature gives lower energy consumption and higher performance

By optimising the inlet water temperature in a waterborne climate system, a number of benefits can be achieved. For example, it is possible to save up to 15% of the energy consumption, in addition you get increased comfort and increased performance of the people in the building.

Caroline Jacobsson

Is demand controlled indoor climate a profitable investment?

We claim that it is well worth investing in demand controlled indoor climate and it does not take very long before it pays off compared to constant flow ventilation. 

Caroline Jacobsson

10 tips on how to secure your building management system

Connected systems for building automation create new opportunities. Everything from basic monitoring and configuration to new services made possible by the functionality and the large amount of data that is usually found in these systems. In recent years, attacks on connected systems have both …

Caroline Jacobsson

Why smart buildings and indoor comfort go hand in hand

What do you think of when you hear the term smart buildings? Coffee machines that use face recognition to deliver coffee just the way you like it? Perhaps an indoor climate fully adapted to your own preferences? The list of possible services in a smart building can be made endless. However, smart …

Caroline Jacobsson

What is an API and why is it useful in my properties?

You may have seen or heard the acronym API, which stands for Application Programming Interface. But what is an API exactly, and what use is it to you in your property? We take a look at these questions in this blog post.

Caroline Jacobsson

DCV & VAV - What is the difference?

In our previous post we talked about DCV and why DCV is a smart investment in residential buildings. So, you may have heard about both VAV and DCV and wondered what the difference actually is. We review the terms and when you are best-served by going for one or the other.