Customers set operator objectives and occupant comfort boundaries that Adaptive Automation will not exceed. For occupant comfort, Verdigris defaults to ANSI/ASHRAE Standard 55: Thermal Environmental Conditions for Human Occupancy.

Because Adaptive Automation is a predictive engine, it can shift equipment operations while mitigating potential negative occupant impacts.

One example of how energy can still be saved without impacting occupants is through intelligent pre-cooling before a peak event and intelligent recovery after a peak event.

In cases where indoor environment sensor data is available through the BMS system, Verdigris offers add-on Professional Services and could provide a detailed report on indoor environment impact.

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