Do you struggle to communicate with your IT colleagues? Do they use concepts and language that go right over your head? We’re digging into the network layers to help you understand IT networking.
In this session, we'll cover:
2. Static IP
4. Gateway, Firewalls, and VPNs
Date: April 25, 2019
New Visual BACnet Site Manager shows overall network health, with ability to dig into specific problems
We're launching a new Visual BACnet Site Manager on April 25th, and we want to share all the powerful new features with you.
Join us for a webinar with special guest Tom Walker from Penn State University. We'll show how PSU uses the Site Manager on their site, including:
1. Aggregating different capture nodes across the campus network.
2. Calculating overall and individual network health scores for capture nodes, areas, and sites.
3. Monitoring and tracking the site score, to easily pinpoint problem areas and patterns.
Find out why the innovative Visual BACnet Site Manager gives facility managers the power to organize, understand, and optimize their building and campus networks.
Date: Wednesday April 24th
Time: 11 a.m. PST / 2 p.m. EST
When Australian energy analytics company BUENO Systems used to start working with a new building, they would have no idea what was happening on the building’s network.
Operational technology (OT) — including HVAC, lighting, and security — is regularly managed by IT departments alongside computers and phones.
BACnet networks can be brought down by excessive traffic, devices sending errors, and hundreds of other variables. Luckily Wireshark can help identify the troublemaker devices and root causes of network problems.
Get ahead of the curve with data that enables your team to make the switch to proactive maintenance. Facility teams are busy — automating even a small part of your workload opens up opportunities to drive change in your building portfolio.
Following our last webinar, there is a huge demand for another webinar on how to use Visual BACnet. Therefore, we are bringing this webinar back and sneaking it in just before the holidays!
How do you know if something has been misconfigured? Do you spend days wondering who is responsible for the recent outage? Failures can go unnoticed for a long time and cause catastrophic problems at inconvenient times.