Building Management System

Systems linked to a BMS typically represent 70% of a building's energy usage. BMS systems are a critical component to managing energy demand. We design system for four basic functions of a central which is Controlling, Monitoring, Optimizing and Reporting to optimize highest Energy consumption.


The Building Management Systems can maintain temperature, humidity and airflow within limits for peak efficiency by managing and controlling these components. In fact, the BMS server is routinely installed inside a rack in the data center that it monitors because it depends on this controlled environment. Beyond the control gained with the BMS, all HVAC points are monitored using data from the control process. Sensor data on temperature, humidity and airflow is logged for reporting and alarms are sent when thresholds are exceeded. Integrated control and monitoring with a BMS delivers more than lower operating costs.

Access Control & Monitoring

Control and monitoring for security applies to both the host building site and the data center. Access to buildings, gates, doors, colocation cages and server racks is restricted for unauthorized users. Biometric, card, and keypad access can offer facility managers the flexibility to control these access points. Some type of biometric authentication is used in nearly half of large data centers and might incorporate a fingerprint, hand measurement, retina or iris scan, or face pattern. Access can be granted or denied by assigning specific staff to groups or specifying role-based groups, setting schedules, and using temporary access codes

CCTV & Video Surveillance

Buildings require solutions that blend live surveillance and captured video. These solutions help to manage large, co- located or remote sites. Using a Digital Video Management System (DVMS) with Digital Video Recorders (DVRs) enables enhanced video applications and replaces the need to manage CDs or videotapes that require more labor and incidental expense. Hybrid surveillance solutions mix existing analog and newer digital or IP cameras. The DVMS allows prompt receipt of video and rapid or automatic response to prevent losses.

Fire and Safety

Building control and monitoring solutions include sensors for fire, smoke, carbon monoxide, water leaks, and other elements that could contribute to safety emergencies or loss. If these sensors operate within an existing system then these sensors can be integrated into the BMS. . Fire alarm systems are used to notify people to evacuate in the event of a fire or other emergency, to request such civil defense as fire brigades emergency services, and to send digital signals to associate systems interface to control the spread of fire and smoke.

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