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Building and Fire Research Laboratory Program: Cybernetic Building System

“During the next ten years, the building controls industry in the United States will be undergoing a radical change from one with a vertical structure to one with a horizontal structure. Building control companies, equipment and system manufacturers, energy providers, utilities, and design engineers will be under increasing pressure to improve performance and reduce costs. Cost reduction can be achieved by developing cybernetic building systems that integrate more and more building services, including energy management, fire and security, transportation, fault detection and diagnostics, optimal control, the real time purchase of electricity and the aggregation of building stock.”

“A Cybernetic Building System involves ……  information handling and complex control at many different levels. ” – goto

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