The ACAEngine Dashboard
Manage, monitor, setup new systems and collect important data.
Centralised user support
The ACAEngine dashboard can be used to monitor, view and control all systems from a central location. The help-desk can view room and device status in real-time or be notified of any issues automatically. The help-desk team can access the general user interface of each system or dive deeper into direct device module control for trouble shooting. The solution integrates with the client’s authentication system, which enables an easy way to provide role based access levels such as general, support and admin.
Modular device drivers
ACAEngine communicates with devices via a device-driver. We have an API so you can build your own or you can use our extensive library of existing drivers. ACAEngine can communicate with lighting, climate control, projectors, switches, displays and sound systems. If it has a network connection, we can control it. We can connect to devices without a network connection with Global Cache (or similar) hardware. This modular approach is also used to connect to third-party software systems such as a BMS, Exchange server and people tracking software.
Whether it’s making a change to the system logic or adding a new device to a room- all changes happen in real-time. There is no need to restart the system, there is no downtime in the room and there is no need to send someone onsite with a laptop and cross over cable. This also means you are not dependent on a contractor every time you want to make a simple change.
ACAEngine allows you to set triggers to run automated logic. This can be used to schedule control events or have an action run from a defined input. This is handy for both support and creating new building experiences by triggering events based on the user's location.
Setup new rooms in seconds
Adding new rooms is as easy as giving the room a name and selecting a zone. The user interface will automatically be created and room logic will be inherited from the zone settings. In most cases, there will be no need to engage a contractor to add new systems as you grow the solution to new rooms and buildings.
Monitor user engagement through Google Analytics
Find out how your customers are interacting with the building. This allows you to run your user engagement in the same way your marketing team manages campaigns. Start with discovery, move to engagement, require a call-to-action and then tweak the interface to make it more successful through-out the life of your system.