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Building Automation Systems Industry Insights, Outlook and Forecast up to 2025

In reference to a new report published by Persistence Market Research, the global building automation systems market will showcase significant growth between 2016 and 2026. The Persistence Market Research report, “Building Automation Systems Market: Global Industry Analysis & Forecast, 2016-2026”, talks in detail about the market psyche and also examines the market drifts which are expected to impact the future of the global building automation systems market.

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Compressor Overheating is One of the Most Serious Field Problems

Components in series mean many factors can play a role in compressor overheating. If one of these major components is not working properly — damaged, kinked, plugged, dirty, restricted, frosted, or starved of refrigerant — the entire system is affected.

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Connecting the Cold Chain: The IoT is Revolutionizing Refrigeration

The IoT (Internet of Things) is extending the monitoring and control capabilities of machines — from home refrigerators that can tell you when it is time to buy milk, to pacemakers that doctors can remotely access to check on their patients. The refrigeration industry is a part of this IoT explosion, especially in the sector devoted to maintaining the integrity of the food chain. Poor monitoring and temperature control anywhere along the food chain can increase waste and spoilage or, at worst, cause illness or death.

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Indoor Static Electricity, Semiconductors, And Humans

Engineers are well informed about the need for appropriate HVAC systems in rooms that contain IT servers for mission critical facilities. The consequences of interruption of information transfer in these settings can be immediate, expensive, and life threatening. To help prevent circuit board malfunction and failure, the surrounding indoor temperatures and humidity must be maintained in ranges that dissipate heat and prevent damaging static electricity discharges.

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