BMS (Building Management Systems)
Building Management Systems aim to optimize the control and performance of the building environment. From reducing energy consumption with advanced algorithms to controlling lighting linked to human presence detectors and monitoring environmental parameters, BMS aims to achieve the best working environment with minimal energy consumption. Particularly with the development of HVAC systems (heating, ventilation, air-conditioning), energy consumption of buildings is now a significant cost for businesses and industry. Modern BMS has the potential to be the focal point of all peripheral control systems and through a SCADA platform it functions as an overlay system for all subsystems such as:
- CCTV (Closed Circuit TV)
- Access Control
- Lighting control
- Heating, ventilation, air-conditioning
- Fire detection and alarm
- Energy consumption control
- Automation systems
The PAC automation equipment is widely used to collect data from all sensors for temperature, humidity, airflow, light level, temperature and smoke detectors, and energy consumption. Consequently, it can provide information on optimal energy management scenarios through smart reporting. The main purpose is to check valves, transducers and instruments for environmental control, as well as relays and speed controllers.
Algosystems has extensive experience in control applications that overlap with services offered by BMS, with a variety of benefits from reporting and tracking to energy management and improved reliability.