Vigilent Intelligent Energy Management systems react in real time because we never stop measuring temperature and other environmental data within your facility. Hundreds of sensors reporting back twice a minute leads to a mountain of data that provides the foundation for us to address issues both as and before they occur.
Intelligent Analytics™ is integral to every Vigilent system and optimizes our artificial intelligence and control algorithm. Customers receive visibility into the operations of facilities and portfolios of facilities through graphs, reports, and trending analysis.
Vigilent systems deliver the power and control you need to get the most out of your facility's cooling resources. The cornerstones of our technology are Big Data and our artificial intelligence engine, system architecture, and use of wireless mesh networks.
Artificial Intelligence drives our closed-loop system that automatically manages the thermal behavior of a facility, and constantly adjusts airflow and temperature for maximum results with the minimum amount of energy.
Our system is built on technology that enables us to deploy quickly, scale easily, and perform flawlessly. This means our customers don't have to disrupt or reconfigure their facilities, we can quickly address changes, and continue to manage cooling and reduce energy costs the entire time.
The wireless mesh network from Dust Networks that we use as the foundation of our data collection can be rolled out without laying cables, changing equipment layout, or reconfiguring floor plans. It is a powerful, scalable, reliable foundation for intelligent energy management.
BACnet – BACnet is a standard protocol that enables communication between building control systems and equipment such as HVAC systems, lighting, and security systems.
M3™ Technology – Advanced, groundbreaking technology using closed-loop, dynamic control to transform cooling systems into managed resources.
Mesh Network – A low-power, self-configuring network used to connect sensors. Vigilent uses Dust Networks® for mesh networking technology.
Closed-loop systems feed back the system output to a controller, where it is combined with other inputs and used to regulate subsequent output. The behavior of such a system can be described by a transfer function. Vigilent energy management systems implement an MMIMO (Massively Multi-Input-Multi-Output) variant of this technology.