Automated Logic Recognizes Radius Systems and Atlanta’s Emory Musculoskeletal Institute

KENNESAW, Ga. -

In recognition of outstanding performance, Automated Logic Corporation named Radius Systems as Field Office of the Year and Automated Logic Georgia earned Project of the Year for solutions installed at Atlanta’s Emory Musculoskeletal Institute during its annual distribution meeting. Automated Logic, a leading provider of innovative building-management solutions, is part of Carrier Global Corporation (NYSE: CARR), the leading global provider of healthy, safe, sustainable and intelligent building and cold chain solutions.

The virtual event included 18 educational sessions held over three days. An online annual awards session was held to recognize field offices for outstanding achievement. More than 80 awards were given to partners for milestones including service, sales growth and Quota Busters.

Radius Systems, based in Chadd’s Ford, Pennsylvania, took top honors with Field Office of the Year. The company was selected because of its superior field performance and focus on customer excellence.

“Congratulations to Radius Systems for their years of service, continued expansion, and year-over-year growth,” said Bill Lasseigne, Vice President of Distribution, Automated Logic.

Selected from an elite pool of global nominees, the Automated Logic Project of the Year recognizes the most distinctive and compelling projects that represent technological innovation, application excellence, challenging use cases and functional use of emerging technologies. The Emory Musculoskeletal Institute (MSKI) is considered one of the most intelligent healthcare facilities ever constructed. Its innovative building solutions were installed by Automated Logic’s field branch in Kennesaw, Georgia.

Automated Logic is delivering a full suite of innovative and healthy building technologies including the WebCTRL® building automation system, HVAC controls, integrated fire detection, access and video management and digital services with the MyWay™ mobile App and Abound by Carrier. The solution optimizes indoor environments to support better patient outcomes, occupant experiences and operational efficiencies.

“At Carrier, we recognize the potential for indoor environments to help shape a healthier future,” said Mead Rusert, President, Automated Logic Corporation. “We are pleased to provide the Emory Musculoskeletal Institute with our full suite of intelligent building technologies. It’s through relationships built on a shared vision of innovation, that we can see the full potential of our technologies.”

The core of the facility is the Automated Logic WebCTRL building automation system, a powerful web-based platform that provides Emory MSKI facilities department with software tools and insight to keep occupants comfortable while managing energy consumption and to identify, prioritize and analyze operational issues. WebCTRL is helping Emory achieve their sustainability and energy-efficiency goals by optimizing equipment and proactively identifying issues. Carrier’s Abound IoT platform will integrate into WebCTRL and will monitor indoor air quality and operational performance, displaying the data on user-friendly dashboards in the main lobby and on MSKI’s website. 

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About Automated Logic Corporation
Automated Logic Corporation provides innovative building-management solutions that maximize energy efficiency and sustainable building operation while ensuring comfort. Its intuitive products control and monitor building functions such as heating, air conditioning and lighting for commercial office, education, health care, government and data center markets through a global network of independent dealers and North American branch offices. Automated Logic is part of Carrier Global Corporation, the leading global provider of healthy, safe, sustainable and intelligent building and cold chain solutions. For more information, visit www.automatedlogic.com or follow @AutomatedLogic on LinkedIn.

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