Our Top Customers

Optigo Connect Customer Delta Building Automation
Visual BACnet Customer Princeton University
Visual BACnet Customer Siemens Building Technologies
Optigo Connect Customer Absco Solutions Security Integrator
Visual BACnet Customer Bueno Systems

What is an OT Network?

An Operational Technology Network provides secure and robust connectivity to all of the smart devices that make your building function efficiently and dependably. An OT network in smart buildings serves critical systems like security, heating, lighting, or elevators.  To put it simply, while IT enables you to send emails and watch YouTube, OT enables you to enter the building, use the elevator, and keep warm and safe.  While it is possible to combine IT & OT on the same network, in practice OT Networks are generally independent of the tenant IT network and are often the responsibility of a building technology integrator.

OPTIGO CONNECT

Optigo Connect Head End, Managed Edge Switches, Optical Splitters and switch management interface OneView

Optigo ConnectTM is an IP Networking platform designed for Building Automation and Security Integrators. Optigo ConnectTM is the perfect solution for securely connecting large Surveillance and Building Management systems.

At Torre Diana, Optigo ConnectTM saved 90% in cabling and unified the network management of more than 500 IP security cameras, elevators and building automation devices.

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VISUAL BACNET

Visual BACnet Summary Screen by Optigo Networks

Visual BACnetTM is a simple application for anyone working with BACnet systems. Visual BACnet is used everyday by building controls specialists to anticipate problems and save hours in BACnet troubleshooting.

At Princeton University, Visual BACnet caught BACnet broadcast storms that caused failures in their lighting system.

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