Schneider Electric this week detailed its work on the 20,000-seat T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, which is officially opening today. The company said that it helped design and install a building management system that makes the venue – which is a joint venture between AEG and MGM Resorts International – highly automated and energy efficient.
The system, through hundreds of intelligent connected devices, will collect data that will feed electrical, HVAC, security and IT systems. Among other elements, Schneider is providing the uninterruptible power supply, building management system and variable-frequency drives for fans. The release says that AEG and Schneider have worked together on many facility projects.
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