Web App Enhancements and Added Features Improve Insight on Clients’ Buildings

Flow drivers in the dashboard displays the driver of increased ventilation rates into a room.
Flow drivers in the dashboard displays the driver of increased ventilation rates into a room.

Aircuity has announced the release of added features and enhancements to the Aircuity 2.0 MyAircuity web app. The MyAircuity web app houses analytics along with offering graphing and exporting for further exploration of trends seen on the dashboard. The release provides insight on clients’ buildings. It also included both new features and enhancements made to the Aircuity Engineering Tool; the proprietary software used by engineers to design the Aircuity system.

The MyAircuity enhancements include:

  • Flow Drivers: 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 will show the user the specific flow driver in each room of their building and allow the user to graph the results.
  • Improved Data Export Format:  Enhancements were made in MyAircuity’s Graphing & Exporting component to the Microsoft Excel export format for data. Points are now listed in the header and 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 (IMS) and an issue gets created in the system, the issue is automatically assigned to the appropriate client services team member. This means an expedited resolution for the client.

The next generation platform, Aircuity 2.0, includes both the MyAircuity web app and upgrades to the physical Aircuity system. The Aircuity 2.0 platform provides customers with an enhanced indoor environmental quality, verifiable energy savings and intelligent analytics for a variety of constituents.

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