Building Management Systems and the Need for High Availability

BMS solutions are central to the building or campus they manage, so they need to be protected from unscheduled downtime and disaster-related outages. Indeed, given that they control a building’s most vital safety services, a BMS must remain operational and accessible, particularly in an emergency. The challenge is, how do you configure a BMS solution to operate at such a high level of availability without adding unnecessary cost and complexity?

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