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75F Facilisight Building Automation

Facilisight is 75F’s building intelligence suite of web and mobile apps. Facility managers and building owners will use Facilisight hand in hand with application profiles such as 75F Dynamic Airflow Balancing or 75F Variable Air Volume with Reheat to remotely monitor and control their building portfolio. The Facilisight application offers invaluable insight into your buildings’ performance and simple, intuitive control over complex parameters. 75F’s sensors and building management system deliver over a million data points daily per fifty thousand square feet of space, including temperature, humidity, volatile organic compounds, CO2, light, and sound levels taken every 60 seconds. Facilisight’s heatmaps reflect this data in real time, and can help users understand energy performance and how their buildings react to thermal loads. Beyond superior data visualization, Facilisight makes tailoring building parameters fast and efficient. Alter building and granular schedules, and use tuners to adjust operating algorithms, set up floor plans, and more — all from the web or a mobile device.

FEATURES

  • Portfolio-wide, remote control over building parameters
  • View your buildings’ performance in real time with Google map integration
  • Heat maps provide instant insight into how your buildings control thermal loads throughout the day
  • Policy editor allows you to push complex schedules to hundreds of locations with a single click
  • Scheduling feature allows you to mark holidays and implement energy savings across your portfolio
  • Manage user setting, including editing profiles, passwords and editing or removing additional users
  • Building performance metrics
  • Compatible with major web browsers, iPhone, iPad, and Android
Real Time Data

Real Time Data

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Remote Access

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Intuitive Control

PROJECT HIGHLIGHT

Hotel Ella

Under new ownership, the historic building known as Mansion at Judges’ Hill recently transformed into Hotel Ella. The building, located near the University of Texas campus in Austin, went through a multi-million dollar renovation into a boutique hotel that is named after the building’s original owner, Ella Wooten. DXS was named basis of design for the project, retrofitting the common areas with 10 tons of Daikin heat recovery. The ductless units that Daikin offers integrated nicely with the existing architecture of the historic building. As a bonus, the increased energy efficiency and use of VRF qualified the owner for Austin Energy rebates.

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