Market Analyses

Investigating Open Systems: Comparing LonWorks® and BACnet®

The January 2006 edition of the report titled Investigating Open Systems: Comparing LonWorks® and BACnet®, was published by Strata Resource Inc. Strata Resource Inc is a market research company, which specializes in research and analysis of building automation technology, companies, trends and products. The report is based on publicly available information originating from multiple industry sources and is deemed correct at the time of publication. Each industry source is maintained by its respective authority and content is subject to change without notice.

This report is available in three formats:

  • The overview presentation(opens into a new window) file is a fully narrated presentation and has a running time of approximately 43:39. This file requires the free Adobe Flash Player. A free download is available on the Adobe(opens into a new window) website.

  • The market report(opens into a new window) is a downloadable full research report. This complete 49-page report is a fully comprehensive discussion and comparison of the LonWorks and BACnet technologies.

  • This Executive Summary Excerpt(opens into a new window) is a four-page document and focuses on key issues of the above report.

IMCOM LonWorks® Building Automation Systems Implementation Strategy

(Click to download 644 kB report)This 82-page interim report titled IMCOM LONWORKS® Building Automation Systems Implementation Strategy, was written and published by the US Army Corps of Engineers in June 2007.

The report defines a methodology for the development and execution of a basewide Open BAS implementation plan based on LonWorks ® technology and American National Standards Institute (ANSI) communications standard 709.1 where the BAS consists of a basewide Utility Monitoring and Control System (UMCS) that is interoperable with multi-vendor LonWorks ® direct digital control (DDC) systems.

This report(opens into a new window) is available in a fully downloadable pdf version (644 kB).

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