Building Automation and BMS
The digital transformation of buildings starts at the core of their automation system.There is no efficient building automation without a reliable control system. The new norms push towards the modernization of buildings and the reduction of their energy consumption.
We analyse the project requirements, create custom applications and use the full power of smart automation controllers to meet the expected outcomes. With reduced engineering time and secure remote connectivity, we provide customised solution through our expertise to build resilient building management systems.
With the application of latest IoT devices, we provide smart solution for your building automation requirements.
A building management system (BMS), is a computer-based control system that monitors and regulates a building’s mechanical and electrical equipment, such as ventilation, lighting, power systems, fire systems and security systems.
Commercial buildings require dozens of independent systems to operate, which creates complexity, hinders valuable reporting and analysis, and makes remote building management impossible. The future of commercial building operations is smart buildings where data is driven into a single system of record to maximize building health and real-world improvements in sustainability, operations and occupant experience.
IBMS are automatic building systems that connect and integrate the many building technologies and information flow processes to a mid decision point.
A Building Management System (BMS) can help reduce energy and maintenance costs by maintaining building temperatures within a specified range, lighting rooms according to an occupancy schedule, monitoring performance and device failures in all systems and notifying facility managers in the event of a malfunction. With our vast experience in building automation, we are able to offer most effective BMS solution to our customers.
Traditional BMS consists of servers, supervisory devices, field buses, controllers, inputs, and outputs. They are also known as Building Automation Systems (BAS). A BMS connects the HVAC and different building equipment to work as one integrated unit. Ideally, they should centralize operations and make data easier to visualize using a user interface or console.
Our BMS solution in combination with wireless monitoring and control systems will provide a significant improvement in energy conservation and occupant comfort over the current systems in use.