Browser Based Intelligent HVAC/ Radiant Systems Controls with Forecasting, Trending, Alerts and Remote Management from Anywhere in the World

Climate Automation Systems is an innovative company focused on joining technology with environments with the aim to improve occupant's enjoyment and comfort but also to bring the way energy is consumed and utilized in balance with nature.



Introducing ENV by Climate Automation Systems, Inc.

ENV is a new real time browser based software system that monitors, manages and controls the individual or combined use of radiant and forced air systems based on the rules of a Sustainable Environment.

ENV is not to be confused with traditional Home Automation Systems. ENV is the first product of its kind that uses the science of climate control currently exclusive to large scale commercial buildings and brings it into the residential and mid range commercial marketplace.

ENV manages the internal environment in the home or building to:

> Reduce Energy Consumption
> Reduce CO2 emissions
> Maximize the efficient and rational use of energy sources (EXERGY)
> Increase human well being and comfort

ENV includes an alert based subsystem that monitors out of range conditions such as power outages, frozen pipes, etc. and has the capability of notification via e -mail or text messaging to specific individuals and/or service organizations. This feature is invaluable for families with vacation homes in extreme climates.

ENV provides KWH monitoring, National Weather Service Interface, remote management and analysis capability, timer driven events, statistical database, failsafe monitoring and more.


To learn more about ENV please visit www.climateautomationsystems.com or contact:

Frank A. Bassett
Senior Vice President
Climate Automation Systems, Inc

Direct: 615.469.5985

frank@climateautomationsystems.com

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