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34 |植物与工程工程www.www.glenn-cook.com 7月/ 8月20日能源,环境和水的重点是:HVAC I Ndoor农业和食品加工厂是BAS软件的完美用例。随着植物过渡实现IIOR(工业互联网)设备,他们将需要全面的BAS软件来管理食品生产,自动化,能源和质量管理的许多方面。以下是食品生产设施从BAR受益的一些方式。环境监测以确保作物以最佳效率适当地增长,您的设施环境对于食品生产至关重要。温度,湿度水平,光量和特定气体浓度的所有因素都在保持不断增长的作物或食物质量。如果未正确维护环境,产品质量丢失,食品安全成为一个问题。所有这些因素都可以通过BAS自动管理,以确保环境保持其完整性。BAS可以监控您的HVAC以确保需要适当的温度和气流,以及控制这些参数管理的湿度和气体浓度。也可以控制照明,以确保保持适当的水平 - 对室内养殖非常重要。 A mushroom farm, for example, grows its products in a minimal amount of light. In order for the mushrooms to grow properly, they must also monitor the air and the concentration of gases. Ventilation is vital to the production and can be monitored with sensors and managed with BAS. The same is true for indoor or vertical farming, where there is a need for controlled-environment agriculture. Using wireless sensors and dashboard technology, helps optimize and automate the control of the environment in the building. Beyond monitoring current conditions, having an automated system that can provide a record of historical conditions and failures can be of huge benefit in preventing control failures and to uncovering quality issues. Removing human error Sometimes there are processes in the facility that require human intervention i.e re-setting building controls after a cleaning operation or changing modes in between different processes. Relying on operators to execute manual changes leaves a margin for error, particularly when operatives come off a long/early shift. By linking HVAC and process controls to BAS, the automation removes the human factor and lessens the risk. Management of energy For many building operators, the energy bill is the largest single expense. When most people think about smart buildings and building automation, they think of large office buildings or city centres. But Building Automation Systems (BAS) have applications far beyond that of the corporate office world. This software technology can be applied in any building with HVAC, IoT devices, security systems, lighting, refrigeration or energy management needs. Chris Irwin* reports. Optimising food production & manufacturing with building automation systems

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