Optigo Networks Blog
When Tom Walker looked at Penn State University’s Navy Yard network, he saw big issues.
The system was busy and loud. So loud, that the overrun MS/TP network was bringing down the entire building.
Because this was happening on the MS/TP network, pinpointing the problem would mean boots on the ground to segment and test the chain, piece by piece.
We know, at the end of the day, the decisions you make for your business or building come down to time, money, and effort saved. What’s going to prove the most reliable, secure, and overall simple to use?
Whether you have a small, medium, or large building, Optigo Connect can save you big in money, time and effort compared to a traditional network.
Princeton University is hosting this year’s Smart Campus Summit, October 29–31! The conference brings together IT and building automation professionals from across the country, to share experiences and success stories. We attended last year, and it was an intimate gathering for IT and BAS university professionals, to dig into the nitty gritty of day-to-day challenges.
The consulting specifying engineer of today is venturing into totally new territory: Division 25. While the MSI is familiar with the need for a Building IoT platform and a way to integrate all the systems in a building, the consulting engineer is only just starting to engage on this level.
Right now, the building automation industry is dominated by four massive, multinational companies. Companies with long and storied pasts, that have been around since the dawn of electricity. Companies with a monopoly on the market, and little competition or disruption.
That’s not going to last much longer.