Building automation expands for hospitals

Building automation system (BAS) providers are tasked with helping health care facilities find ways to reduce their costs, increase staff efficiency and provide secure operational systems, all while ensuring resiliency and redundancy. 

Hospitals pose many challenges to BASs, ranging from external factors such as changing regulatory requirements to internal factors such as resource constraints and staff shortages. 

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