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Getting connected [building open control network]

Getting connected [building open control network]

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Data convergence is the overall connecting of building control devices by allowing formerly non-interactive agents to share and use common information. Convergence can be best achieved through open control networks; as integration is the key to information exchange. Integration at the building level means access to information. Let's begin by explaining the difference between open and closed systems before describing networking convergence between LON, LAN and WAN.

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