Aircuity has added new features and enhancements to the 2.0 MyAircuity web application. The Newton, Massachusetts-based air supply and quality measuring technology company announced that the additional functionality for its platform will help provide more insight into clients’ buildings.
The company, which launched in 2000, creates airside solutions through its intelligent building platform to reduce energy costs and improve the indoor environmental quality for occupants. Aircuity’s solutions have been used by more than 400 organizations, including Google, Amazon, and Eli Lilly.
The new MyAircuity enhancements include:
Flow Drivers: New dashboard items display the driver of increased ventilation rates into a room. Ventilation may be driven by demand control, fume hoods, thermal loads, or a design minimum. This dashboard control shows the user the specific flow driver in each room of a building, and it allows the user to graph the results.
Improved Data Export Format: Enhancements to MyAircuity’s Graphing & Exporting component mean that points are now listed in the header. In addition, the time stamps and data value for each point are included in columns, making it easier to graph and analyze exported data.
Monitoring – Improved Issue Assignment: When an event is sent by the Aircuity Platform’s Information Management System and an issue gets created in the system, the issue is now automatically assigned to the appropriate client services team member. This means an expedited resolution for the client, Aircuity says.
The next-generation platform, which includes the MyAircuity web app and upgrades to the physical Aircuity system, was officially released in the second quarter of 2017.
“The Aircuity 2.0 platform provides customers with an enhanced indoor environmental quality, verifiable energy savings, and intelligent analytics for a variety of constituents,” the company says.