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ECI’s business philosophy is to develop long term customer relationships that are built on a hallmark of delivering high quality performance and solving building problems to improve organizational effectiveness. ECI wants to be the driving force to reduce energy costs by implementing a comprehensive efficiency and renewable plan for our customers. Large University FMS required larger databases than were available in earlier systems. Today, remote sites are connected by Internet connections, allowing ECI and its customers complete facility management of Integrated Systems for Security Alarm and HVAC system reporting from anywhere in the world. Integration to Campus Local Area Networks (LAN) and Ethernet communication systems, allows facility systems to communicate with information management systems to automate responses to alarms through direct telephone or Internet communication. ECI was the first control company in this area to offer DDC systems as standard, and to integrate Video and Access Security with DDC, which is now standard in the industry.
ECI staff members have served as officers at the local and national level with the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE) and ECI’s CEO is a Charter Member of the Security Managers Institute of AEE. ECI staff is also active with a variety of trade organizations that set standards for Integrated Systems such as the American Society of Heating Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE), and sit on Technical Advisory Boards of leading industry Journals.
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