In the modern world, each building is equipped with a number of engineering systems of vital activity that provide modern requirements for the comfort, reliability and safety of its functioning. The overwhelming majority of these systems must have a close connection with each other to ensure optimal modes of their operation, and create conditions for the uninterrupted and economical operation of the building.
Building engineering systems:
- Supply and exhaust ventilation systems;
- Outdoor and indoor lighting systems;
- Building power supply and distribution systems;
- Air conditioning systems;
- Individual heating systems;
- Cold and hot water supply systems;
- Sewerage and drainage systems;
- Systems of timely detected destruction of building structures;
- Fire safety and evacuation systems;
- Gas alarm systems;
- Elevator systems;
- Video surveillance systems;
- Access control systems;
- Structured cabling systems;
- Security alarm systems.
A unified building management system is a comprehensive solution for creating a unified system for monitoring, managing engineering equipment, as well as ensuring reliable interaction between the components of various systems ...
Building automation and control system functions
- Monitoring the operation of engineering systems and their components;
- Signaling of emergency modes of equipment operation;
- Remote setting of the required parameters and operating modes of systems;
- Automatic control of equipment operation parameters depending on functional needs;
- Timely identification of equipment malfunctions;
- Ensuring that staff are kept informed of planned repairs;
- Creation of real and historical charts;
- Creation of reports of events and personnel actions;
- Saving the parameters of the equipment with the applied archiving depth;
- Providing remote access to the control system via the Internet;
- Providing SMS informing about equipment status and events.
Building a building automation and control system provides for the creation
- a network of sensors and signal converters located in monitoring and measurement zones;
- local and central dispatching cabinets to ensure the necessary data exchange with engineering systems and data collection from sensors, and their transmission to the AWS (or server);
- dispatcher's automated workstations (dispatcher's PC) from which monitoring and control takes place;
- server solutions for reliable storage of important reporting information and other data;
- remote access to the control system via the Internet.