The world is making gigantic steps towards digital environments and Building Management Systems (BMS) are enabling the buildings to become increasingly connected, remotely controlled, and energy-efficient. However, there doesn’t seem to be a simple, universal integration solution between the BMS and the most energy-consuming system within the buildings: The Heating Ventilating, and Air Conditioning (HVAC).

We serve this through our group of associates and a list of systems that can be monitored or controlled by a BMS is shown below:

•   Illumination (lighting) control

•   Electric power control

•   Heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC)

•   Security and observation

•   Access control

•   Fire alarm system

•   Lifts, elevators etc.

•   Plumbing

•   Closed-circuit television (CCTV)

•   Other engineering systems

•   Control Panel

•   PA system

•   Alarm Monitor

•   Security Automation




•   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

•   Occupancy sensors allow automatic setback override during unoccupied periods as well as adaptive occupancy scheduling.

•   Lighting controls reduce unnecessary artificial lighting via motion sensors and schedules as well as by controlling daylight harvesting louvers

•   Controllers save water and energy by controlling rainwater harvesting and landscape irrigation