Improve Building Health
Vigilent reduces Covid-19 exposure risk
and helps disinfect buildings
Meet and Exceed ASHRAE guidelines
ASHRAE has recommended that facility managers implement an Epidemic Mode for building readiness, including HVAC system operation. For Epidemic Mode, ASHRAE has provided guidance about how to reduce virus exposure risk by adjusting ventilation, filtration, temperature, and humidity.
To most effectively meet and exceed these evolving ASHRAE guidelines, dynamic optimization of the HVAC system is needed. When buildings are occupied, environmental conditions are established that minimize virus transmission, while staying within acceptable comfort levels for people to be productive.
When buildings are unoccupied, the HVAC system can take steps to help disinfect the building. AI-driven HVAC control by Vigilent can deliver ASHRAE guidelines effectively and efficiently.
AI-driven HVAC control
that pays for itself
Improve comfort while reducing energy spend on heating and cooling by up to 20%.
Current HVAC control strategies have serious shortcomings. They are typically field-programmed, which can reduce reliability and fault tolerance. They are also simplistic, which can reduce energy savings and cause thermal comfort problems. As a result, many building managers commonly disable these strategies altogether.
AI-driven HVAC control from Vigilent delivers value beyond existing control strategies. Machine learning is used to determine and maintain comfort levels in every area of a building, and the existing Building Management System is used to dynamically adjust HVAC controls to minimize energy usage, delivering up to 20% savings. Deployments take a few days and the savings are immediate.
How It Works
At A Glance
AI with machine learning dynamically matches HVAC to building load in real-time.
Enhanced building health
By reducing the risk of pathogen transmission.
Improved occupant comfort
By using zone temperatures to make decisions.
Relative to state of the art “trim and respond” reset strategies.
Ease of deployment
An IoT gateway is connected to the BAS and configured remotely.
Delivers energy savings even if elements of the building infrastructure are not functioning correctly.
Decreased AHU wear-and-tear
By minimizing fan speeds.