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Learn what a building management system does and three key features you should consider when looking to help buildings run smoothly - whether they’re large, small, old, or new.
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Control every system in your building from one platform, identify problems, and provide simple solutions that will save you money.
Our smart devices allow you to quickly catch anomalies in your systems, making it easy to optimize their performance.
Our smart systems allow you to customize your settings and notifications. Take control by ensuring your buildings’ vital equipment runs efficiently.
Our systems enable integration across systems. This helps prepare buildings for new technologies, making it easier to adopt them in the future.
This means the user can automate important processes and easily monitor performance. A BMS is also referred to as a building automation system (BAS) and building controls system.
42% of the world's energy is used in buildings.
50% of energy used in buildings is wasted because of inefficient building management systems.
In developed economies, at least half of the buildings expected to be in use in 2050 have already been built.
Only 25% of building costs are associated with capital expenses, while 75% of costs are used to operate a building over its life cycle.
Only 20% of facility managers use 80% of the available capabilities in their building management systems.
30% of energy used in buildings is waste.
A BMS system can interact with all the various subsystems (e.g., power distribution, HVAC, etc.) and give you a centralized management platform, that makes staying in control of your building much easier.
The top four are better energy efficiency, occupant experience, operational efficiency, and precise control.
Building automation provides greater control over systems, giving operators the ability to measure, analyze and take action to increase energy efficiency and lower costs. For example, occupancy sensors connected to a building automation system (BAS) can detect if everyone has gone home for the day. As a result, the BAS can then dim the lights and command the mechanical system into nighttime setback mode, thus adjusting the temperature and lighting to save energy through both systems.
An ideal temperature and adequate lighting are crucial components for improving the occupant experience. With modern building automation, employees can maintain their optimal space temperature and lighting levels while working early in the morning or late into the evening. The satisfaction that comes from this level of personalization leads to improvements in important metrics like employee recruitment and tenant retention. Aptly named “smart” buildings, which provide the highest levels of connectivity and occupant experience, have been shown to yield 6% higher rental values and produce a 15% premium for sale in the market.
Connections to analytics platforms, such as automated fault detection and diagnostics (AFDD), enable operators to better predict future system performance and perform dynamic, condition-based maintenance. By becoming more proactive regarding potential maintenance issues, operators can reduce unplanned equipment downtime and better plan their work instead of reacting to alarms and dealing with unexpected issues.
Facilities such as hospitals and data centers often require precise temperature and humidity control with no tolerance for system variability or downtime. Automation can be used to maintain consistent temperature, appropriate lighting and contaminant-free ventilation in spaces like operating rooms, laboratories or other critical facilities.
Our systems are easily installed in newer buildings, but older buildings can also be retrofitted with our management software. No matter your situation, we can find a solution that makes automating your building simple.
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