Building Systems Controls

The Building Systems Control concept emerged in the early 1950’s and has since changed dramatically both in scope and system configuration, as Mechanical & Electrical systems in modern Buildings increased in complexity.
There are various developments from Pneumatic to Wireless controls and Smart Building systems occurs through a high bandwidth cabling infrastructure that connects with all components of Telecom, HVAC, Lighting, Fire, life and safety (FL&S) and Security systems.

WHAT MAKES A BUILDING SMART?

Building systems and structural features are a combination of automated control of various building functions, fast and flexible telecommunication systems, and time saving conveniences for building occupants
Fibre Optics Capability Fibre Optics Capability

Fiber-Optics Capability Automatic on/off sensors in the lighting system
Built-in writing for internet access "Smart" elevators that group passengers by floor designation
Wiring for High speed networks Automatic sensors installed in faucets/toilets
LAN & WAN Connectivity Satellite accessibility
Redundant Power Source Computerized/interactive building directory
High-tech, energy-efficient HVAC system