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eu.bac System Press Release for ISH 2013 - 10% Energy savings per 20 points Structured identification and exploration of energy consumption by building automation systems
June 20 - June 20
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eu.bac System audit main theme at ISH 2013
ISH 2013 in Frankfurt/Main saw the eu.bac system audit on display on a number of exhibition stands. The eu.bac stand showcased current buildings in which the eu.bac system audit has already been carried out. Interested visitors were able to learn about conducted audits and their findings while corresponding labels were also put on display for the first time. The lecture programme at the Building Automation Forum of ISH fair included a report on the eu.bac system audit and its benefits from a user's point of view. One audit established, for instance, that lighting was not controlled using motion detectors as originally required. An additional benefit of the system audit compared planning and actual implementation based on random spot checks.
The system audit was also included and presented on the stands of several companies. Visitors were able to see panels and exhibits on the system at Sauter, Siemens, Kieback&Peter, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, Belimo and Schneider Electric.These companies have already officially registered with eu.bac and have trained auditors for the eu.bac system audit.
University teaching staff in communications and building services engineering have now also been introduced to the subject during a two-day event This ensures that the highly topical evaluation of energy performance in buildings based on the eu.bac system audit will also be taught to new generations of students in the sector.
The eu.bac system audit is a structured, scientifically proven method for energy-efficient building automation systems based on European standards. Trained auditors are able to issue a label for building automation. Audits must be repeated on a periodical basis to ensure sustained energy efficiency.