Companies are constantly looking for new ways to improve their properties’ efficiency and profitability. In their assets’ digitalization, they have found the best way to meet their objectives, including sustainability. That is why smart buildings are increasingly present in cities, vital to help companies achieve their corporate goals.
Smart buildings can be defined as buildings that communicate with each other. In this type of building, we find different subsystems, such as heating, lighting, plumbing, alarms, security, or access controls, which can interact with each other. They can also be controlled remotely.
For this reason, sensors are a requirement for any intelligent building to be equipped. Through these systems they can control, for example, energy consumption, making it possible to optimize resources such as heating, lighting, or ventilation. They allow work efficiently, achieving real energy savings.
These intelligent buildings seek to achieve the highest energy efficiency level, which translates into energy savings and increased sustainability, reducing pollution and waste generated.
Smart buildings use sensors that allow facility managers to centrally and remotely monitor and control the main elements that make up their buildings.
These sensors work together, collecting data, to feed the BMS system so that it can analyze it to make automated decisions to optimize and improve building performance.
These buildings optimize efficiency, safety, and comfort for everyone who works in them. With the integration of sensors, tasks are automated, improving the building’s performance, reducing its environmental impact, and optimizing its overall operation.
Connectivity is a key feature of a smart building, as the systems that compose it must be able to send and receive data in real-time. This facilitates fast and efficient decision-making.
Security is key in an intelligent building. Access control systems, cameras, etc. are connected to security systems that guarantee the occupants, control, and security so that weak points can be analyzed and reduced with just internet access.
Smart buildings are designed and constructed with environmentally friendly materials with the aim of maximizing construction efficiency and decreasing environmental impact.
Intelligent buildings, thanks to the automation of their processes, have been able to reduce their energy consumption due to the intelligent energy management they are able to perform.
Reduced environmental impact
Smart buildings have significantly reduced their CO2 emissions and therefore their carbon footprint by optimizing system performance.
If you want your company to take a step into the future of intelligent buildings, we have solutions and value-added services for your company to achieve effective energy management, able to monitor and control the energy services of a building.
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