Automation systems are designed to save energy by optimizing building resources such as water, gas, and electricity. Permanent acquisition and analysis of energy consumption data are the first essential steps towards filing the current operation conditions, identifying where energy is being wasted, and launching countermeasures.
Standardized interfaces allow the simultaneous connection of energy meters through different interfaces and support the forwarding of data to building management and ERP systems, thanks to the support of BACnet, CEA-709, OPC or FTP-access
BMS systems for HVAC control all of the factors that determine room comfort: Temperature, Humidity, Occupation, Motion, Illumination, and more.
BMS systems can also be configured to control direct expansion equipment, air handler units, VAV and VVT boxes, chiller and boiler plants, cooling tower and condenser systems, variable speed pumps, general ventilation, parking garage gases detection, and monitoring systems, stairwell pressurization and smoke control.
Graphical visualization and access to current operating conditions, historical data, and alarm lists of technical building systems and components are crucial for managing modern building automation systems.
Data visualization is provided through an IP connection. The user accesses the system either via a standard PC, tablet, or smartphone. The entire system can integrate multiple communication technologies. The HVAC installations, lighting, access control, room automation, and energy data acquisition can be interconnected with varying levels of complexity.
Controllers and server platforms are available for connecting various devices and sub-systems. Data and graphics are displayed via Web browser, Ethernet, wireless, or remotely over the Internet.
With all of our integration options, you can control access, lighting, HVAC, energy management, and more within a single system.
Solutions that automatically control building lights according to established schedules of operation create significant savings in electricity and water expenses for lighting and HVAC systems.
By integrating both applications, sustainable, ongoing energy savings can be realized.
Access control systems extend your building automation system by seamlessly integrating HVAC and lighting applications.
We offer a cost-effective access control solution that can be added to existing HVAC installations. The access control system supports a wide range of installation sizes, from a few doors to a large installation with hundreds of entries and thousands of users.