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Metasys® Building Automation System

The World’s Leading BAS System Reaches a New Level of Smart

At Johnson Controls, our Metasys® Building Automation System is the foundation of modern building energy management efficiency. This intelligent, world-class technology system connects your commercial HVAC, lighting, security and protection systems – enabling them to communicate on a single platform to deliver the information you need, allowing you to make smarter, savvier decisions while enhancing your occupants’ comfort, safety and productivity.

Experience Metasys as a Building Operator would.

The world's smartest BAS gets smarter.
The newest Metasys® release delivers features unheard of just a decade ago. A new, graphical interface, fully mobile access, better BACnet support and more enable building operators work smarter and make the most of their BAS investments.
Mobile-optimized BAS
Metasys® Building Automation System delivers a truly mobile experience. The display is intuitive, easy to learn, and looks the same on all mobile devices. Building owners and contractors can focus on fixing problems and control their BAS from anywhere.
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What Does an Open BAS Really Look Like?
March 22 at 1 PM CST
There’s a lot of talk in the industry these days about the concept of openness and how organizations and their facilities teams can benefit from having an open building automation system. But what exactly does that mean and how can openness add value? Join us for a free one-hour webinar to explore what an open BAS really means and discuss how to minimize risk and maximize ROI with an open BAS architecture.
Discover a new kind of smart

Do more from more places. Work smarter and deliver more savings for your buildings. 

Be smarter today, and smarter tomorrow.


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