Automated Building Management Systems (BMS) design

BMS (Building Management System) design is the development of a project for an integrated automated control system for building engineering systems.

BMS Design 1

Centralized management of building systems is carried out using various sensors and controllers integrated into a single network, which transmit data to the dispatcher or directly to the executive device according to programmed algorithms and scenarios.

The main tasks of the BMS:

  • optimization of resource consumption
  • ensuring the comfort of the premises
  • improved security

Given the growing demand for various solutions to optimize resource consumption, BMS integration is becoming increasingly popular for objects of different purpos

  • office and industrial premises
  • Data centers
  • educational and medical institutions
  • hotels, hotels
  • shopping and warehouse complexes
  • sports, entertainment centers and others

BMS or building automation and control system (BACS) can be implemented both for individual engineering systems, and comprehensively for all building systems, both at the construction stage and in the process of modernization. Of course, it is best to implement integrated automated management immediately and start creating a BMS project at the design or construction stage of a building. This will allow you to take into account all the features of the object, optimize the cost of integration and get the best result. However, with proper design, building modernization projects with BMS integration for individual systems also have fairly high rates of savings and improvements in comfort and safety.

The project may provide for centralized management of such building systems as:

  • power supply
  • lighting, including motorized blinds
  • heating, ventilation, air conditioning, humidification
  • water supply and sanitation
  • security system, including video surveillance and access control systems
  • security and fire alarm system
  • telecommunications systems
  • audiovisual systems
  • elevator control system and others
BMS Design 2

BMS is a separate area of computerized process control system (CPCS), but due to its wider field of application has distinctive features.

One of these features is the frequent presence of a larger number of disparate highly specialized project participants, which can lead to additional difficulties and costs when choosing and integrating BMS solutions, caused, for example, by inconsistency of the protocols used. It is for this reason that the effectiveness of the future automated control and dispatching system of a building directly depends on the quality of the project and the professionalism of the designers.

What should be taken into account when designing an automated control and dispatching system for the building:

  • features of the object
  • data transmission and processing (protocol support)
  • control methods: locally, remotely
  • features of the organization of dispatchers ' workplaces
  • algorithms of actions and scenarios for various emergency and extreme situations
  • information security of the system
  • upgrade, flexibility and scalability of the system, and much more

The high qualification of our specialists, extensive practical experience not only in the design, but also in the installation, maintenance of commercial and government facilities allow us to assert that our company will become a reliable partner in the development of projects of any complexity and scale.

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