Resource Data Management reports significant interest in its latest control technology, following a record showing at Chillventa which saw the company launch no fewer than 25 new products.
The produc line-up an industry first for its new touchXL, which has fibre-optic connectivity for unmatched speed and power, and a new energy dashboard called Kwheb, which gives users a unique high-level graphical overview over an entire estate.
Andrew Chandler, RDM founder and managing director, said: “We said this year marked a step change in our global strategy and product R&D programme. However, even we were surprised at the reaction to our latest launches at Chillventa.
“The interest from both contractors and end users was phenomenal. It is proof we are on the right track, in terms of our focus on blending ease-of-use, affordability, scalability and power. Together with our use of open protocol systems and end-to-end control solutions, these are the key ingredients that will drive RDM’s growth in the future.
“This approach, embodied in a record number of innovations, resulted in an overwhelming number of new prospects coming to visit us on the stand.”
Following recent advances, the only limit to the application of modern control technology was now the human imagination, he said. “The tools are there and proven to work. The next big challenge is expanding people’s awareness of what they are capable of achieving, and the range of situations in which they can be applied,” he said.
A new approach was emerging among enlightened end users and installers, he said, that took a much more holistic view of energy, service and estate management, and which broke through the barriers between traditional disciplines.
“That is what RDM’s products enable you to do – to take an end-to-end approach across all the energy-using technologies in a building or industrial plant. It is no longer just about cooling or heating or lighting or fire and security systems. It is about integrating all these, but keeping it simple in the process. That is the key.”
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