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Sensors can be used to detect various physical information, allowing for automated and efficient operation of lifts and escalators, saving energy and time. RFID, video and floor sensors can be combined to detect the behaviour of a person, the information is then transferred to the lift’s scheduling system so it can generate a call before the user even pushes the button.
Room light level adjustment and scene settings are automatic, but can also be adjusted remotely via user experiences web services app, or a digital control panel. Monitor and control each lighting system to improve efficiency through scheduling, daylight harvesting and integrated occupancy sensor systems. Receive real time alerts on individual usage and failures to help minimise costs.
Heating, ventilation & air conditioning" content=" Within an building the ventilation system will be programmed to maintain comfortable internal conditions. This will relate to Heating and Cooling systems as well as Air Conditioning units. Each room in the building is very likely to have an individual control set point applied to it and having the ability to change this locally in the room or via an integrated system using a smart interface is now the normal and acceptable solution.
Fire/Water leak detection
Integrated fire and water leak detectors will alert building management and engineers exactly where the problem occurs, in appropriate cases sounding alarms for evacuation. Combined with way-finding technology, these can be used to highlight the closest possible exit. Integrated fire and water leak detectors will alert building management and engineers exactly where the problem occurs, in appropriate cases sounding alarms for evacuation. Combined with way-finding technology, these can be used to highlight the closest possible exit. Water leak detection works 24 hours a day to source problems, alerting you via wireless communication as soon as a leak is detected.
Way-finding uses wireless technology to pinpoint your exact location and show you a route to your meeting, what lift you may need to take and even your closest emergency exit, all from your smart phone. Creates a visual map of your site, using location software to identify routes to nearby colleagues, desks and other facilities. Receive real-time notifications and information based on your location, as well as augmented reality.
Extremely useful for detailing where major energy consumption is being used. Provides a global interface to all equipment within the building including AV, blinds, lighting and HVAC systems. View information from the building remotely via professional looking graphics with indication available on the status of the systems, utility consumption and associated costs accruing on the tenant bills and how much water, gas and electricity has been used.
Space utilisation planning
Space occupancy solution for large and small areas, enabling you to track the utilisation of the workspace to maximise its efficiency using sensors to provide real time data. Monitor and track occupancy, helping reduce overcrowds and optimising working conditions by controlling humidity and air quality at the location.
CCTV combined with occupancy sensors and access systems ensure building management have complete control over safety and security. Integrating smart systems can significantly improve your buildings efficiency as well as security. By utilising CCTV and other detection systems, room temperatures and lighting is reduced on the basis of non-occupancy.
Deliver a personalised reception and check-in/out experience. Automate notifications for visitors, welcoming them to site, whilst notifying building management that a client has arrived. Automatically connect to wayfinding to show visitors route to their destination and granting appropriate security access when necessary.