Today’s commercial building owners and operators are tasked with creating the best possible experiences for workers and other occupants while increasing efficiencies and streamlining building management. As experts in creating intelligent commercial environments that support human comfort, safety, health and productivity, Carrier is here to help. We have a deep understanding of how to integrate advanced technologies and leverage building data in ways that benefit people, the environment and bottom lines.
Carrier's global headquarters, the Center for Intelligent Buildings is a world-class, first-of-its-kind facility designed as a living showcase of what's possible through technology integration. It features advanced building technologies from Carrier, Automated Logic, Kidde, Chubb and more.
The building is the first commercial building in Florida to earn the coveted LEED® Platinum version 4 certification – the highest designation – under the stringent version 4 LEED green building program for building design and construction from the U.S. Green Building Council ®.
Vodafone Portugal is one of Portugal’s leading providers of total communications solutions. When building its new offices in the city of Oporto, Vodafone turned to Interlogix for integrated management of intrusion and fire-detection systems.
Through the Interlogix ATS Master intrusion detection solution, FP2000 fire-detection solution and Alliance Software, Vodafone Portugal is able to control, monitor and configure the intrusion and fire-detection systems on a reliable and efficient platform.
7 World Trade Center was the first building to be constructed as part of the redevelopment of Ground Zero in lower Manhattan.
To help ensure safe and efficient movement of people in this 52-story structure, the building’s elevator system was integrated with the LenelS2 access control system and identity management database.
The integration helped efficiently handle peak passenger loads, prevent unauthorized access to specific areas and streamline occupant entry.
Cisco Systems is known worldwide for its networking prowess. So when the Silicon Valley leader launched an aggressive building program covering 19 buildings with more than 3.4 million square feet, it sought a building controls supplier with networking expertise as well. After a rigorous technical evaluation, it selected Automated Logic.
Automated Logic's system provided the ability to interface with Cisco's corporate Ethernet and communicate with critical non-HVAC equipment. The system has significantly improved Cisco's ability to trend building conditions and escalate alarm conditions