to improve building control systems
Gain visibility into crucial systems
Get notified when problems arise
Quickly troubleshoot and solve issues
Stop vendor finger-pointing
Expose cybersecurity vulnerabilities
Save time and money
- Available as a cloud solution or local application installed on private servers, both supporting online and offline data and workflows
- Robust security features and policies help keep your data and systems safe
- Analysis for BACnet over IPv4, Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and MS/TP
- Identifies over 50 BACnet issues
- Multiple suggestions to fix issues
- Live monitoring
- Purpose-built for collaboration with key stakeholders
- Simplified Network Health scoring and reports
- At-a-glance summary of results
- Scheduled and on-demand analyses
- Browser-based and compatible with Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS, and Android
- Data capture capability from multiple devices including JACE, workstations, laptops, USB, routers, and more
- Dynamic device database
- Branded and customizable PDF reports
- Flexible pricing
- Unlimited software upgrades and updates
- Expert BACnet assistance and comprehensive free training
- Support via phone, email, and online, with robust documentation
Visual BACnet is trusted by leading organizations worldwide
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Customer Success Stories
ATS, an industry-leading systems integrator with offices across the United States, has a clear vision for supporting customers. They want to be their clients’ trusted partner, through installation and beyond. With Visual BACnet, they found a way to serve more clients faster and deliver exceptional value.
When Tom Walker looked at Penn State University’s Navy Yard network, he saw huge issues. The system was busy and loud, to the point where the overrun 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.
Energy analytics company BUENO Systems was working on a mall when the worst happened. The network failed and equipment failed to “ON,” which kept units running 24 hours a day. As it turns out, the mall’s network was overloaded and glitching before BUENO even deployed. It had been for a while. These latent issues were a ticking time bomb and would have resulted in a failure if any new devices were added to the network. Because it was BUENO’s device, though, they had to fix it. The only way to fix it was out of pocket.
For weeks, Princeton's football stadium lights would suddenly turn
on in the middle of the night. Each time, these blazing lights would wake up residents on campus. Controls engineer Gary Brancato would get a phone call at 1 a.m., and his staff would have to drive down to reset panels and turn off the lights. This kept happening sporadically, and Gary could not figure out the root of the recurring issue. They needed help, and they found it with Visual BACnet.