Schneider Targets Smaller Buildings
Schneider Electric launched SmartStruxure Lite, a building management system (BMS) designed for small- and medium-sized buildings less than 100,000 square feet, including retail stores, offices, hotels, schools and healthcare clinics.
SmartStruxure Lite is an open system that integrates management of HVAC, lighting and energy into one interface, allowing building managers to improve resource use and increase energy efficiency in both existing buildings and new construction. SmartStruxure Lite’s compatibility with open standards also enables building stakeholders to gradually deploy new technologies to ensure continuous improvement of their building.
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