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How LOBOS Works

The LOBOS animated video explains in simple terms how an automated building’s HVAC system operates and how LOBOS, renowned for its automated demand response capabilities and fault detection and diagnostics, optimizes that system 24/7 for unprecedented levels of efficiency. The video is an educational tool designed for facility owners and operators, systems integrators and end users. It can be used to enhance BAS upgrade proposals, demand response participation outreach, and portfolio management presentations. We encourage you to share this link with anyone you know who may be interested in commercial-scale efficiency strategies, including HVAC engineers, building owners, commercial property managers, utility industry experts, policymakers and end users.

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Preparing for DR Season with LOBOS

This screencast walks you through the process of setting up LOBOS to work with your utility’s demand response program. By reviewing and adjusting the settings in LOBOS now, you can be prepared for demand response events during the summer months.

If you already have the LOBOS system installed, this is a great tutorial on getting ready for the summer DR season. If you don’t have a LOBOS system, it’s an interesting look behind the scenes at how LOBOS is set up and configured.

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