OPTIGO for Integrators

What is Optigo Networks?
Optigo Networks is an innovative family of products that makes it easy for integrators to install, manage, and monitor healthy networks in smart buildings

Why Optigo Networks for integrators?

Optigo helps integrators

deliver building IoT solutions on spec, on time, and on budget.

Leverage Consumer Trends
Deliver the cutting-edge technology your customers want, like analytics, cybersecurity and a high-performance building managed from a single pane of glass.
Select hardware and software components that best fit your needs.
Become a Master Systems Integrator by owning the OT network.
Increase Profit Margins
Quickly diagnose problems remotely instead of always going on site.
Perform installations faster with less equipment, less space and less cabling than traditional solutions.
Reduce Installation Headaches
Monitor your network health as you install devices, so you don’t have to go back and fix them.
Configure VLANs, identify bottlenecks and ensure enough PoE bandwidth with a user-friendly interface.
Stop relying on IT to manage your network.


Optigo Connect

Our Smart Aggregation Switch is designed specifically for deploying flexible operational technology networks in Intelligent Buildings. It allows you to create a single virtual switch with up to 1028 distributed ports, and centrally monitor and manage your entire network with a built-in OneViewTM Dashboard. Our Smart Aggregation Switch supports all protocols in use for Security and Building Automation, and easily achieves redundancy with its auto-switching Active/Standby feature.

How Optigo Connect helps

Simplify your network

Extend its reach.

Reduce costs and risks.

Visual BACnet

Visual BACnet is an advanced visualization tool for Building Automation System (BAS) Service Providers. The powerful analytics engine quickly identifies common problems and anomalous behavior in the BACnet infrastructure. With Visual BACnet, Field Service Technicians and Facilities Operators can quickly identify issues, create reports, track problem devices, analyze packet traffic, and much more.

How Visual BACnet helps




Recent Projects

ATS companies use Visual BACnet to provide superb customer value

ATS companies

ATS, an industry-leading systems integrator with offices across the United States, has a clear vision for supporting customers. They want to be their clients’ trusted partner, through installation and beyond. With Visual BACnet, they found a way to serve more clients faster and deliver exceptional value.

Coventry University


Chris Goodman, the Senior BMS Technician at Coventry University, had broadcast storms that were happening more and more frequently. 

Ongoing construction due to Coventry’s campus expansion meant lots of new activity, with technicians installing new devices and making network changes. Already juggling these constant additions and alterations, Goodman and his small team then had to deal with the subsequent broadcast storms. As the broadcast storms became more frequent, Goodman and his team needed a solution.

Find out how Visual BACnet helped Chris solve the broadcast storms and improve Network Health in our free case study!

Data center expansion with OTI and Optigo Connect


Stack Infrastructure is a portfolio of hyperscale computing data centers. OTI completed work on Phases I and II, and returned for the Phase III build-out of a 4-megawatt data hall and brand new central plant. The Optigo Connect network put in place in Phases I and II was expanded on this project. The team achieved quick roll-out of a large, multi-service redundant network using the Optigo OneView management interface. Going forward, the facility management team can use OneView to remotely monitor equipment, manage power usage, and meet up-time goals.

Optigo Connect MR Soluciones The Landmark


The Landmark is a sophisticated mixed-use high-rise in Mexico. The owners wanted to integrate all OT systems in the skyscraper, while maintaining separate networks for each application. The Landmark is the fourth joint project between Optigo Networks and MR Soluciones. Together, these companies provide robust services to meet any challenge.

Australian Bureau of Statistics at 45 Benjamin Way with Delta Building Automation


Delta Building Automation (Australia) had a big job renovating the Headquarters for the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) at 45 Benjamin Way. The building owner wanted to improve the building’s energy use and increase their National Australian Built Environment Rating System (NABERS) score to more than 4.5 stars, out of a possible total of six. Securing the network both internally and externally was a big priority, as well.

Penn State University Optigo Networks Visual BACnet


When Tom Walker looked at Penn State University’s Navy Yard network, he saw huge issues. The system was busy and loud, to the point where the overrun network was bringing down the entire building. Because this was happening on the MS/TP network, pinpointing the problem would mean boots on the ground to segment and test the chain, piece by piece.

Penn State University Optigo Networks Visual BACnet


When Tom Walker first started working at Penn State University four years ago, there were a lot of network issues. Buildings were dropping offline. Broadcast traffic was pushing 90,000 packets per hour. Walker was on the phone almost every single night because devices were down or had to be reset.


Torre Manacar Mexico City Optigo Connect


When MR Soluciones began work on Torre Manacar, they knew they needed a flexible and scalable network infrastructure to support a wide array of integrated systems. Optigo Networks was a natural fit for the massive project, designing a robust network at a competitive cost.



Short Pump Town Center, an upscale retail center, underwent a complete renovation in 2014. The flexibility of Optigo Networks’ solution meant the retail center’s unknown final design was not a barrier to placing IP surveillance equipment in the field.



Optigo Networks connected New York-based Boulevard Mall’s security surveillance devices in December 2015, using a Passive Daisy Chain topology.