Broadwin Technology partner, Network Corporation, announced an innovative Web based Building Management System (BMS) including, hardware, controllers, engineering and technical support for facilities and building automation in Japan and Asia.
"Building management companies, equipment manufacturers, energy suppliers and engineers face increasing pressure to improve performance and reduce costs. These pressures are driving the development, adoption and use of networked Building Management Systems (BMS)." said Frank Lin, president of Broadwin Technology Inc. "The partnership with Network Corporation will offer a complete application solutions for Building Management Systems ."
BMS is a combination of hardware and software that enable communication between a building's systems, including heating, ventilation, air conditioning, fire-alarm, lighting control, and security systems. More importantly, BMS also provides communication across multiple buildings, which allows for aggregation of multiple facilities for reduced electrical rates, load shedding, reduce maintenance costs and other significant reductions in operational costs.
"Our customers require us to deliver highly reliable solutions that integrate automation systems with advanced information technology," said Paul Magoshi, president of Network Corporation. "The web based protocol brings standardization to building automation networking, for easily implemented, cost effective control via LAN, WAN, or Internet. BroadWin’s Web Access technology complements Network Corporations expertise in building automation and control systems with advanced software technology supporting web browsers and remote software administration.”
Network Corporation's networking expertise, hardware solutions and integrated software offerings make it easy to manage building systems, provide energy use information, and realize automation networking savings across multiple buildings and sites. Network Corp is your leading resource for automation software, hardware and the latest Building Management (BMS) technology.
Using a standard Web-Browser, users can view and control automation equipment used in manufacturing facilities, industrial process plants and building automation systems. Unique to Web Access, all configuration and deployment can be performed remotely through a standard web browser including IO configuration, graphics building and remote software administration.
Web Access is available for desktop computers and laptops running Windows 98/ME/2000/2003/XP. Internet Explorer 6.0 (and later) supports all features of Web Access.
About Network Corporation
Network Corporation distributes, designs, engineers, installs and services automation hardware and software for the industrial and building automation markets in Japan. These systems are used in applications ranging from building automation to water distribution to process control. Its customers include the largest industrial corporations in Japan. Network Corporation, in its 10th year of operation, is located in Yokohama, Japan. For more information, please visit Network's website at http://www.netcorp.co.jp.
About BroadWin Technology
BroadWin Technology, Inc., headquartered in San Ramon, California, is the innovative supplier of industrial automation software, with installations worldwide. The company recently introduced WebAccess, the industry’s first fully web browser-based software package for human-machine interfaces (HMI), and supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA). For more information, visit BroadWin’s web site at http://www.BroadWin.com.