Building Management System

All Buildings have some form of mechanical and electrical services in order to provide the facilities necessary for maintaining a comfortable working environment. These services have to be controlled by some means to ensure, for example, that there is adequate hot water for sinks, that the hot water in the radiators is sufficient to keep an occupied space warm, that heating and cooling through ventilation is provided to ensure comfort conditions wherever, irrespective of the number of occupants or individual preferences.

Basic controls take the form of manual switching, time clocks or temperature switches that provide the on and off signals for enabling pumps, fans or valves etc.

The purpose of a Building Management System (BMS) is to automate and take control of these operations in the most efficient way possible for the occupiers/business, within the constraints of the installed plant.








Building Tenants

  • - Good control of internal comfort conditions
  • - Possibility of individual room control
  • - Increased staff productivity
  • - Effective monitoring and targeting of energy consumption
  • - Improved plant reliability and life
  • - Effective response to HVAC-related complaints
  • - Save time and money during the maintenance

Building Owners

  • - Higher rental value
  • - Lower common area running costs
  • - Flexibility on change of building use
  • - Individual tenant billing for services facilities manager
  • - Central or remote control and monitoring of building
  • - Increased level of comfort and time saving

Maintenance Companies

  • - Ease of information availability problem
  • - Computerized maintenance scheduling
  • - Effective use of maintenance staff
  • - More satisfied occupants

HVAC Management System

With HVAC costs typically accounting for more than 60% of a building’s electricity expenses, controlling in-room energy consumption can significantly impact the bottom line. Our HVAC Management System achieves energy savings by using occupancy sensors and intelligent thermostats to adjust a room’s temperature according to occupancy, eliminating the unneeded cooling of empty rooms.

In addition to saving considerable amounts of energy, the system also reduces the runtime for HVAC equipment, helping to decrease maintenance overheads and increase the equipment’s working life, resulting in further maintenance savings.

Our HVAC Management System offers a wealth of convenient features, including granular device control, cloud-based data backup, and the ability to process raw data into 25 usable, actionable reports.

Lighting

Lighting accounts for 30% of all our electrical consumption. It’s one of the first areas to look at for energy efficiency.

LED’s use about a tenth of the energy that an incandescent light bulb uses in order to produce the same amount of light. The way incandescent light bulbs work is to produce heat and 10% of that radiated heat is visible to the eye. LED’s by contrast, release photons, which are actual units of light.

Incandescent bulbs have been removed from some markets and replaced by other lighting sources. However, an LED will run cooler, and be more efficient, than almost any other lighting source.

The benefits of LED lighting aren’t confined to their lower energy consumption. Lighting that runs cooler means that air-conditioning systems have far less work to do and a saving of more than 5% in building cooling costs is normally seen after installing LED lighting.

Smart Automation

We offer the ultimate smart automation solution by making the electronic components and systems you already use on a daily basis work together, seamlessly. By integrating everything from lighting, music, video, climate control, security—even smartphones and tablets—we create personalized experiences that enhance your life and work with added comfort, savings, convenience and peace of mind.

Professional Office     

Doctors and dentists alike have discovered the benefits of home automation in a medical environment. Our system delivers comfort and convenience to patients and staff in amazing and unexpected ways.

Automate the lights and climate control to save energy.
Program lighting scenes according to procedural requirements.
Use the intercom system to stay in touch with nurses and patients.
Give patients control of their own entertainment during recovery.
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