Enhancing building automation and electrical design: WSCAD at Light + Building 2024

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WSCAD will showcase the expanded capabilities of its ELECTRIX ROCKET, a cutting-edge E-CAD solution tailored for electrical designers, switchgear manufacturers, building management, automation and electrical planning experts, at the Light + Building trade fair at the Messe Frankfurt Exhibition Centre from March 3rd to 8th, 2024.

Explore WSCAD’s ELECTRIX ROCKET at stand A36, Hall 11.0 at Light + Building 2024.

This optimised building automation module is engineered to address the complex needs of the building automation sector, offering not only compliance with VDI 3814 and DIN EN ISO 16484 standards but also flexibility for innovative solutions. Key updates include the ability to automatically generate electrical schematics, state graphs, and process functional diagrams using innovative info linker symbols. Also, the inclusion of over 300 macros for building automation empowers users to streamline their planning and documentation processes.

ELECTRIX ROCKET enhances the digital building management landscape with the AMEV Building Automation Control Twin (BACtwin) technology. This digital twin framework revolutionises building management by facilitating efficient management from the initial planning stages through to maintenance. It fosters a structured exchange of information, championing collaboration and transparency, thereby elevating the overall quality of projects in the era of digital transformation.

Axel Zein, CEO of WSCAD GmbH, said, “Our professional Electrical-CAD working environment merges swift, consistent planning with a transparent service for customisable and cross-trade building automation. Eliminating the need to capture components and data multiple times avoids data inconsistencies and errors, which naturally leads to significant time savings.”

At Light + Building 2024, building automation design specialists and BACS companies involved in the comprehensive planning, design, installation, and commissioning of building automation systems, will see how WSCAD software simplifies the creation of BACS automation schemes, logic flowcharts and function lists. WSCAD’s integration of building automation into its comprehensive electrical engineering solutions allows for a seamless transition from electrical schematics to control cabinet construction and electrical planning. This ensures that once data points are captured, they are consistently accessible throughout the workflow – from sensor inputs through electrical schematics to the programming of controllers.

Visitors to Light + Building can explore WSCAD’s ELECTRIX ROCKET at stand A36 in Hall 11.0 to see its capabilities in action.

For more information, visit www.wscad.com, where the software is available for purchase or subscription.