Operator Display Integrated Network (ODIN) has announced the launch of its new BACnet certified IoT software.
The company also confirmed that the new offering is already commercially available.
“With ODIN’s secure remote access capabilities and feature’s, service providers and building owners will now have the power of current BACnet technologies to immediately respond to alarm notifications and evaluate an entire building’s HVAC system status in real time via the cloud,” said Erik Maseng, CEO of ODIN Building Automation Systems.
ODIN’s cloud-based software can also be used to integrate various manufacturer’s BACnet certified products and add value to a building’s pre-existing automation system, the company said.
ODIN highlighted that the five most important issues building management systems require are: the ability to adjust setpoints; trend data; manage schedules; provide notifications and control alarms.
“These features are easily implemented with the ODIN product, making this a dynamic and intuitive addition to any building automation system,” the company said in a release.
ODIN Building Automation Systems said its main goal is to provide an integrated user interface to present a complex, technical HVAC system in a simplified format. The company uses common network connections with computers and mobile devices to leverage internet access and provide a tool to help manage a building’s operation.
“The primary goals of a building owner/operator are to be able to maintain comfort and maximize energy costs. This requires a properly operating system and a way to monitor and service the system if there is a problem. This is where the dealer supported ODIN product is designed to succeed,” according to ODIN .
The ODIN product is sold and supported through a dealer network, the company said.