BUILDING ENERGY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Traditional building management systems provide automated controls and data to manage building equipment. Building Energy Management Systems provides all the features of a conventional system and more. It uses an operating philosophy that is continuously and consistently oriented towards the user. It is powerful and innovative and at the same time flexible so that it can be easily adapted to various building types and user requirements without difficulty.
We offer Keiback&Peter BEMS solutions that are scalable, flexible and easy to use. Our expert controls engineers understand the project requirements and engineer the system for optimum control and maximum savings. The products are manufactured in Germany and meet the highest industry standards.
Commercial and residential buildings consume approximately 60% of the energy produced globally. A Building Energy Management System (BEMS) is a tool to enhance automation inside your structure, saving energy and money. BMS systems comprise sensors that capture information, connecting all most important building services to a centralized hub where data can be analysed and managed. Usually the connected services are HVAC, CCTV, security, fire detection and elevators.
The advantages are:
Energy and Financial Saving
By logical analysis, timely alerts and easy of control, the system provides enhanced saving potential. It tells you what to do and when.
Transparent and Efficient
The system provides enhanced savings potential. It also provides support for implementation and financial control, which makes it an ideal instrument for an economically successful facility operation.
Intuitive User Interface
Customisable dashboards provide endless options of charts, graphs, 2D and 3D display preferences, etc.
It provides dynamic click-based operation making it user friendly and easy to navigate.
Benchmarking and Comparisons
By customising the features, benchmarking analysis can be done real time. Cost and energy usage comparisons, demand management and controls are easily accessible via the software. The software also provides real time emission and data on environmental pollution.
Data collection and data processing
– Recording of meter readings
– Weather correction
Assessment of energy supply sourcing
– Energy sourcing (negotiation, changing providers)
– Optimization of supply contracts (share of supply)
– Identifying indicators and benchmarks, for example
Organizational optimization of operations
– Plant management (room usage, etc.)
– User behavior (training and education)
Planning of construction measures
– Building shell (facades, windows, etc.)
– Building services (EZR, optimization)