QA Graphics’ BAS Vector Symbol Library has been named a winner in Facility Manager Building Services/Tools in the 2019 Vision Awards, sponsored by FacilitiesNet.com.? The Vision Awards honors innovation and excellence in products that contribute to the efficient and profitable operations and management of institutional and commercial buildings in the United States.
“We are thrilled that our Vector Symbol Library is being recognized as an innovative product,” said Dan McCarty, owner of QA Graphics, when asked about the award. “Technology has led the industry to expect better and more creative visual representation. In today’s day and age, you should expect to be able to access your building automation system via any size device. Meaning, your graphics need to be optimized for mobile support and responsive to any device type without pixelization, which is what our Vector Symbol Library offers you.”
QA Graphics, a leader in the BAS industry for over a decade, addresses the need for responsive design within the industry moving to both large and mobile platforms with the BAS Vector Symbol Library. Allowing users to differentiate themselves with hundreds of SVGS and animation files that are more appealing, realistic, detailed, and higher resolution images that are easily scalable for a mobile device without pixelization of the graphics. This is typically not available with generic BAS software at this high quality. Graphics easily scale to any device size to view your BAS graphics without pixelization. Our custom designed SVG and animation symbols have similar symbols but with a different take on popular ones. Graphics are embedded within the control software to provide a consistent style on any BAS which helps Facility Managers spend less time assembling system graphics for mobile devices.
You can own the library for a onetime fee to use on all projects at your location. Learn more about the BAS Vector Symbol Library: www.qagraphics.com/bas-symbol-library-2/#vector-library
More than 115 products entered this year’s Vision Awards program. The entries were judged by an independent panel of seven facilities executives.
“We were extremely pleased with the quality and quantity of entries we received,” said Dan Hounsell, editor-in-chief of Facility Maintenance Decisions magazine. “This reinforces the fact that FM manufacturers are on the cutting edge of innovation. The product technologies that go into operating an efficient building are incredible. I’m glad that we can shine a spotlight on some of these products.”
The full list of 2019 Vision Award winners can be found at: https://facilitiesnet.com/visionawards/
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