Advantages of implementing automated building management systems
The implementation of building automation systems (Building Management System - BMS) during the creation and reconstruction of objects is regulated by the requirements of regulatory documents DSTU-N B B.2.5-37: 2008, DSTU EN 15232-1: 2017.
Despite this, quite often for an Investor or Developer, a building automation system is an excess engineering system that requires additional capital costs. The search for ways to optimize the budget of the construction project leads, if not to the complete exclusion of the building automation system, then to its simplification to the level of local control systems as part of other engineering systems. As a result, the building is equipped with disparate automation elements, the functionality of which is to protect equipment and maintain constant operating parameters of the equipment, regardless of the actual load. It is not possible to optimize energy consumption or evaluate the performance of a building using this approach.
The introduction of integrated building automation systems is not only the fulfillment of regulatory requirements. BMS is the main tool for managing and ensuring energy efficiency of buildings, which allows optimizing operating costs and, therefore, increasing business profitability.
Benefits of implementing BMS:
Comprehensive control 24/7
Continuous monitoring of the parameters of all equipment and engineering systems of buildings. Centralized dispatch control of engineering systems, both within the same building, and within the enterprise as a whole. Control energy use by all major consumers.
Prompt informing of technical services in the event of emergency and emergency situations. Generation of messages on non-staff operating modes and indicators whose values are beyond the permissible limits.
Efficient use of energy and other resources
Reduce energy consumption. Comprehensive management functions and associated operating modes are configured for the actual energy use of buildings depending on real needs to prevent unnecessary use.
Optimization of equipment and technological processes, minimization of natural wear and tear of equipment. Automatic scheduling of maintenance work based on actual needs and life.
Visualization of energy consumption and identification of opportunities for savings, assessment of energy characteristics of electrical equipment.
Registration and archiving of technological processes of engineering systems, events, accidents and actions of the dispatch service. BMS is a “black box” of a building, an airborne recorder that will allow an analysis of events prior to accidents and the actions of dispatchers.
Comprehensive protection and prevention of physical damage to equipment through early detection of emergency situations. Blocking erroneous actions and mutually exclusive modes of operation of equipment and systems.
Minimizing the human factor in the operation of equipment and systems.
Ease of use
Providing convenient control and management for various target groups of users thanks to a personalized interface and a single presentation of many objects.