Building Automation Industries

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We design and implement building control systems that put the control in your hands.
Manage energy consumption and maintain a comfortable environment for your employees from one centralized location.
From small to medium sized buildings as well as multi facilities, we create systems that work for your needs and are adaptable to change.
The most efficient system design is different based on the facility type, structure, purpose, and schedule. We bring our breadth of experience designing building automation systems to create the most efficient system for you.
We take into account your schedule, your environment, legal requirements, and other special considerations that affect your building.


We can monitor and automate building systems of all kinds, including: Heating, Cooling (HVAC), Lighting, Security, Smoke control and more.
Our team includes in-house, licensed electrical contractors to ensure you receive quality and timely installation. Whether your project is new construction, a replacement, or anything in between, we provide the highest level of support, backed by the best products for your unique needs.


A hospital’s building automation system does much more than just optimize the HVAC system. Advanced building automation systems enable administrators to monitor and control a wide array of critical functions. These include life safety, plug load, access control and customized circulation. Hospital system upgrades reduce maintenance costs and increase energy efficiency.
Building automation systems have become integral to maintaining safe, healthy hospitals and healthcare facilities. Healthcare facility managers are not only charged with maintaining the HVAC, lighting, security, and fire systems in these critical environments, but they must do so with a level of accountability that is unmatched by any other industry.


Many government and military agencies have outdated facilities that lead to increasingly expensive maintenance and energy challenges.
The upgrading and replacement of older, legacy building automation systems (bas) and equipment can drastically improve operational efficiency, comfort, and savings while bringing benchmark and sustainability goals to the next level.

Retail Industry

Building automation systems for your retail store can make life easier. As a store manager, you can focus more on your inventory and meeting customer demands. Building management systems in a retail store regulate settings, such as the lights and temperature, so the building practically adjusts itself.
Owners of retail stores have little time and money to waste when it comes to energy costs and operating budgets. Building management systems installed by AET help owners of retail stores conserve energy, especially when areas are not in use. We can create building automation settings that automatically dim lights or adjust the temperature based on the time of day or occupancy.


We are experts in integrating multiple building systems, including HVAC, lighting, access control and video surveillance – including web-accessible and Internet-based solutions. We will also help you to share critical building data with other enterprise-wide business systems.


We offers our companions a holistic method of warehouse building automation systems. We look at how the entire building is used, not only how the HVAC equipment operates. Much like a physician treating the whole patient, not merely their symptoms, we consider the entire building, not merely specific equipment. This means our warehouse building automation system solutions are comprehensive. We train your staff so that they understand the new building systems and how to manage them effectively. Discover our suite of warehouse automation solutions to see how you can let technology empower better energy savings and improved sustainability.


Automated vehicles are those in which at least some aspect of a safety-critical control function (e.g., steering, throttle, or braking) occurs without direct driver input. Automation has the potential to significantly impact our driving safety, personal mobility, energy consumption, operating efficiency, environmental sustainability, and land use. While research into automated vehicles and other aspects of automation are in the early stages, it is rapidly gaining attention around the world in all sectors of the economy.