The American Auto-Matrix system architecture is built upon the notion of open protocols and backwards compatibility.
AAM pioneered the concept of open protocols with Public Host Protocol™ (PHP) and Public Unitary Protocol™ (PUP) systems. With the introduction of BACnet® and LonMark® decades later, AAM’s philosophy of open communication systems became widely accepted and specified across the industry.
AAM controllers have a legacy of innovation and performance – a legacy that continues today. All AAM products feature generation-to-generation compatibility, which means each new product is carefully engineered to build on and function smoothly with its predecessors. This built-in non-obsolescence means greater economy for owners and managers of buildings and networks where our products are in use.