Building Management Systems (BMS) also known as Building Automation Systems (BAS), Building Management and Control System (BMCS), Direct Digital Controls (DDC) and Building controls.
BMS systems are “Intelligent” microprocessor based controller networks installed to monitor and control a buildings technical systems and services such as air conditioning, ventilation, lighting and hydraulics. More specifically they link the functionality of individual pieces of building equipment so that they operate as one complete integrated system. Current generation BMS systems are now based on open communications protocols and are WEB enabled allowing integration of systems from multiple system vendors and access from anywhere in the world.
The phrase Building Energy Management Systems is sometimes used interchangeably with Building Management Systems (BMS), however, strictly speaking, Building Management Systems can be used to monitor and control a wide range of building systems whereas Building Energy Management Systems relate specifically to energy-related systems such as HVAC, lighting and power systems.
Building management systems help building managers understand how buildings are operating and allow them to control and adjust systems to optimize their performance. As well as collating data and allowing ease of control, BMS can help; visualize data, automatically generate reports and create alarms and alerts when parameters are exceeded, failures occur, or with prognostic systems, when failures are likely to occur. They can also allow comparison between spaces, buildings and benchmark data.
Intelligent building management systems bring together information and controls relating to a number of different systems operating using a range of different software applications and allow them to be controlled form single interface. This makes monitoring and analysis more straightforward and comprehensive and allows information from one system to influence the controls for another.
The effectiveness of BMS will depend on the range and quality of the information it receives from sensors and the programming of how this information is used. For example, information about external and internal conditions can be used to determine the level of heating required so that plant can be activated and a building pre-heated before occupants arrive.
Historically, BMS has been associated with large commercial buildings, however as equipment has become easier to control, monitoring and detection has become less expensive, and wireless technology has become available, buildings of all sizes are having increasingly complex control systems installed.
BMS can help:
Home is a place where one should be at ease. Blending leisure and convenience, we install technology that allows you to control all the electrical functions in your home – from lights,AC, sound, curtains which gives you complete control over your home environment. In addition, we design your home automation needs keeping energy efficiency in mind.
Smart home automation is the integration of electronic systems installed in your home to create a highly personalised smart living experience. With our home automation, your family can operate nearly every device and system in the house in ways that are both easy and fun to use.
The entire controls will be loaded on your iPad or smartphone, allowing you complete control of your system from any corner of your home. Be it distributed audio throughout your house or garden, whether you want some ambient lighting or if you’re simply in the mood to relax, our home system can do it all for you.
Home automation gives you access to control a multitude of devices in your home or business from mobile devices anywhere in the world.
Smart Home Automation more accurately describes homes in which nearly everything from lights, appliances, electrical outlets and cooling systems are connected to a network that can be remotely controlled.
From a security point of view, this includes alarm systems, and all of the doors, windows, locks, surveillance cameras and any other sensors which can be integrated to it.
Below are the key areas of Home Automation Controls
We works with the industries leading manufacturers to provide you with seamless dimming and control of multiple circuits that can be programmed to provide you with exact scenes you want to achieve to create the perfect ambience in your project.
Lighting control systems combine the various circuits within a space and create ambient scenes that traditional light switches simply can’t do. It also gives you the ability to turn your whole home off in one instance, or program specific routines around the home, and control individual lights if required. You will also gain an added level of security through ‘moccupancy’, which gives the impression the house is occupied while you are away.Lighting control systems are prime for open plan living areas where you have multiple lighting circuits for different functions along with multiple entry points of the room. Using an intelligent keypad you can recall lighting scenes from each keypad in the room.
Our intelligent lighting control systems have a number of different keypad designs, layout configurations and button types to suit your interiors. Keypads can be configured to control lighting scenes, blinds and AV systems all at the push of a single button
The highest-level option, a whole house lighting control system, can include scene controllers (generally room or zone), a central controller (with timer and programming), dimming rack and processor (depending on the manufacturer), remote control(s), occupancy/motion sensors, and related devices such as photocells and low-voltage interfaces to integrate lighting with other system.
Integrated HVAC not only gives you the ability to control multiple zones from your smart applications, but it also gives you an easy to use reliable integrated solution from one provider. Either from the smart switch/Touch panel on the wall, walking around with the iPad or from your office you are in control of your environment also contributing to a reduced carbon foot print and lower bills.
Most people think of home climate management as simply cranking up the thermostat – or fiddling with the programming feature to establish day and night temperatures. Home climate control has gone a long way, Your home temperature control system can provide the following benefits when working together:
You will be in total control with our user interface combining your air conditioning system. We can integrate with existing heating and cooling thermostats with minimal disruption, or start from scratch and install discrete air sensors, ensuring sure the clean lines of the room are never compromised. Our centralised system means control of all the heating and cooling is simplified into simple schedules available at the fingertips.An smart thermostat that monitors and regulates heating and cooling according to your schedule. Advanced thermostats save you money by automatically regulating the temperature in your house throughout the day. These “smart” thermostats can be connected with automatic shading and lighting, as well as a range of HVAC systems.
Switch on the air conditioning a few minutes before you get home from a long day at the office. Monitor the room temperature and adjust it according to the weather conditions for the most efficient use of electricity.
Quickly and easily raise, lower and even tilt your blinds at the touch of a button instantly setting the mood for the room. Integrate with a Home Automation system to provide remote control worldwide through our Home Automation App.
Add Curtains and blinds in to Home Automation can create a truly automated home – curtains and blinds close automatically when darkness falls and can open automatically at sunrise. Our systems can even give you control at the push of a button which can automatically be replicated when you aren’t at home. This holiday mode ensures that your home always looks occupied as curtains and blinds follow your usual pattern. With our smart curtains controllers, you can control your curtains with a single touch, shielding your privacy and protecting your home from the sun’s rays. The goal of home automation is to increase comfort and convenience. The curtains can be opened and closed using a Keypad, a Touch panel, a timer, or a push button. Obviously, with the smart home app can be used to control this. All of your home’s curtains may be opened or closed at the press of a button.
The hotel industry is huge, and finding cost-efficient methods for managing hundreds of thousands of rooms matters when maintaining a modernized hotel is considered a necessary part of keeping customer loyalty in our constantly evolving digital world. Let’s agree that it is very hard to equip rooms one by one with the latest technology; of course, it is easier to have a whole interconnected protocol to handle different bits of hotel management. Additionally, turning traditional hotels into smart hotels does a lot of the advertising for you.
The GRMS (Guest Room Management System) is the automation system of the hotel room. It manages information sent by the commands, allowing to operate many functions: Light management (ON/OFF or dimmer) Openings (curtains, rolling shutters and so on) HVAC system.
The main objective of using a GRMS - Guest Room Management System is to consistently satisfy guests’ needs and expectations in their rooms. The Guest Room Management System (GRMS) provides an innovative and efficient way to control the lighting, heating/cooling, curtains, TV, Music System, Radio and hotel guest services through intuitive buttons or touch screen/panel interfaces.
Enables the hotel to efficiently manage guest room energy consumption and drive their vision of the optimal in-room experience generating greater guest satisfaction. Enhance customer comfort and provide easy management for hotel operators with automated solutions for guest rooms. The system manages different scenarios in each guest room, including welcome, living and sleeping settings. Lighting, temperature and curtains can be controlled to suit the activity of the occupant. Different scenes can be set in each guest room with the guest room management system. Settings can either be adjusted in the room by the guest or centrally via the hotel management system / Hotel Software / PMS.The guests will appreciate the ability to control the lighting, the curtains, the temperature and the fan control unit easily through such friendly system. Monitor and control energy consumption, Identify and proactively address maintenance needs. Facilitate maid service requests, Laundry Request, Do Not Disturb (DND) etc. The GRMS can be interfaced to the hotel software or Hotel PMS, Thus providing to automatically set the preferred temp., lighting, ambience settings as soon as guest check-in is shown. GRMS can be integrated with the Building Management System (BMS) and the Property Management System (PMS) in order to enable global management of the building and the hotel’s operations. The main advantage of using a Guest Room Management System (GRMS) is to improve guest satisfaction & loyalty, Increase room revenue and save significant energy from 20% to 50%. GRMS is a must-have technology for full-service hotels, resorts, casinos, mid-scale hotel, limited-service hotel, business hotels, Eco hotels etc.
Automatic lighting controls have become a standard feature in new construction due to prevailing energy codes. Advancements in technology now enable a broad range of globalized and local, automatic and manual control strategies to generate energy savings and support visual needs.
An automated lighting control system is a smart network of lighting controls which allow you to control lights in a particular space. It’s an intelligent wired network control system that incorporate communication between many inter connected input and output lighting devices monitored by a centralized computing system. ]These smart lighting control systems are employed to maximize the energy saving, to maintain building code or to comply with green energy and energy conservation program.
Lighting control systems are widely used in indoor and outdoor commercial, industrial and residential spaces.
The term lighting controls is typically used to indicate stand-alone control of the lighting within a space. This may include occupancy sensors, timeclocks, and photocells that are hard-wired to control fixed groups of lights independently. Adjustment occurs manually at each devices location. The efficiency of and market for residential lighting controls has been characterized by the Consortium for Energy Efficiency.
The term lighting control system refers to an intelligent networked system of devices related to lighting control. These devices may include relays, occupancy sensors, photocells, light control switches or touchscreens, and signals from other building systems (such as fire alarm or BMS). Adjustment of the system occurs both at device locations and at central computer locations via software programs or other interface devices.
The major advantage of a lighting control system over stand-alone lighting controls or conventional manual switching is the ability to control individual lights or groups of lights from a single user interface device. This ability to control multiple light sources from a user device allows complex lighting scenes to be created. A room may have multiple scenes pre-set, each one created for different activities in the room. A major benefit of lighting control systems is reduced energy consumption. Longer lamp life is also gained when dimming and switching off lights when not in use. Wireless lighting control systems provide additional benefits including reduced installation costs and increased flexibility over where switches and sensors may be placed.
We works with the industries leading manufacturers to provide you with seamless on/off/dimming and control of multiple circuits that can be programmed to provide you with exact scenario you want to achieve to create the perfect ambience in your project