"Chapter 1: Introduction"
Published In: Central Control and Automation Systems: A Management & Procurement Handbook
The concept of centralized control is almost universally accepted as the most efficient means of controlling and operating today's large buildings and industrial plants, which range from single buildings to an entire university campus. Provides background on central control, the rationale for central control, its objectives, and basic functions of central control.
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