Smart building technology not only improves energy efficiency and operational performance, but also provides more comfortable working environments for occupants. Stand-alone systems require more resources and time to manage. Integrating disparate systems provides an enterprise-wide view of an entire building which can then be managed with intelligent automation control processes to improve efficiency. To achieve this, smart buildings exploit IoT-enabled Building Management Systems (BMS), sensors, metering and controls to remotely monitor and proactively respond to user requirements.
Migrating over to smart building technology can seem like a daunting task especially when considering the level of sophistication required to set up the necessary control’s automation, monitoring and reporting. However, depending on the organisation’s goals, size and business activities, it is possible to integrate smart technology within a building without the need for a complex or costly setup.
Once a site is connected, our clients can then subsequently benefit from our TEC. Unique to the market, our TEC combines the technical expertise of our Energy Data Analysts and Engineers with world leading energy management tools that enables us to identify and eliminate inefficiencies in building performance on a proactive basis.