We announced a while back that our developers were hard at work on a big new update: the Visual BACnet Site Manager. This intuitive new platform gives insight into a building network’s health at the site, area, and monitoring node levels. No matter the network’s size or complexity, you can understand the overall network condition, and dig deep into the system to solve problems.
As of April 25th, the new Visual BACnet Site Manager is upon us!
To share all the powerful new features, we hosted a webinar with our customer and beta tester at Penn State University. Check out the recording to see a few of our favourite features, and learn how Tom Walker from Penn State uses the Site Manager.
Why Site Manager is so important to Penn State University | 1:31–2:45 and 38:35–41:34
How to navigate the Site Manager, and some of our favourite features | 2:46–12:20
How Penn State is using Visual BACnet Site Manager | 13:00–38:12
Audience questions | 41:35 onwards
We were happy to see a lot of excitement for the Site Manager on this webinar! Just a few comments from we got from the audience:
“This looks like a great way to get the data more organized and more granular.”
“I like how it can combine a site into the maximum, average, and minimum health scores across multiple buildings.”
“The site breakdown will be very helpful in segregating building/site to help narrow where to start investigating network issues.”
Our team’s worked so hard to develop the Site Manager, and it was good to see such a positive response. If you’d like to learn more, you can contact email@example.com or sign up for an account. If you have any feedback on the Site Manager, feel free to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org