Building management systems control the automation of your “smart building”

Capabilities of a Building Management System

  • Centralized platform to manage your building’s systems
  • Better data to make more informed decisions
  • Reduce costs in your operations and energy expenditures
  • Increase uptime of your assets
  • Sharing sensors across platforms (ie: same occupancy sensor used for lighting, hvac, an security)

Examples of systems that can be interconnected and managed:

  • Utility monitoring with add-on interfaces
  • Lighting
  • Air Handlers
  • Constant volume air-handling units
  • Variable air volume (VAV) air-handling unit
  • Chilled water systems
  • Hot water systems
  • Security systems (alarms, access control, etc.)
  • Room automation (setting “scenes” for lighting, projectors, shades, etc.)

Management Platforms

  • Manage a single building, a campus, or remote building from single application
  • Web browser GUIs (multiple device platforms including smartphone apps)
  • Executive level and operational level dashboards
  • Real time metering of systems
  • Monitor alarms
  • Manage maintenance tickets Services:

  • Needs analysis and planning sessions
  • Installation, commissioning, and testing
  • End user training on systems
  • Follow-up support and maintenance
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