BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS
Do you need suitable Building Management Systems to address and fulfil the growing tasks of building automation? For example, do you want to monitor and control the existing ventilation systems at location X from location Y in real time?
Directive 2006/42/EC (Machinery Directive) is the prerequisite for implementing Building Management Systems.
With modern Building Management Systems (BMS) you create transparency. Building Management Systems help you to keep an overview of your buildings. Building Management Systems (BMS) make the technical processes of a building visible. BMS also refers to the software with which buildings are monitored and controlled.
The automatic control of the installed systems is carried out by DDC substations and is referred to as the automation level. This is where the control and regulation tasks are performed. Examples are heating and ventilation construction, air conditioning or lighting control. The BMS software is used to record and save ongoing processes.
The use of individual Building Management Systems not only reduces the management tasks of individual buildings. Depending on the choice of BMS software, the BMS systems can monitor and control connected installations.