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Building Management System

Monitor and control all your major energy consuming appliances/systems through a next generation building management system. First, gather data to run your operations efficiently. Then, bring in automation and end-to-end control to your electrical and mechanical systems. Also, you can include fire systems, access control and security systems etc.

Electrical & Mechanical Systems

Access Control

Security Systems

Fire Systems

How it Works


BMS Architecture


Building management system (BMS) is a computer based control system. To start with, it mainly monitors and controls the electrical & mechanical equipment in an enterprise. Most importantly, such equipment or services might include power, heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, physical access control, pumping stations, elevators and lights etc. It can also expand to include fire systems, access control and security systems.

In essence, a very basic building management system consists of software, a server with a database and smart sensors. They are connected to an Internet-capable network. Smart sensors around the building gather data and send it to the BMS. Finally, a central database stores this valuable data for further analysis and action. In case, a sensor reports data that falls outside pre-defined conditions, the BMS will trigger an alarm. 

Depending on the system, BMS software is either installed as a standalone application or it integrates with other monitoring programs. More advanced BMSes can monitor and manage a wide range of building services. They span across multiple platforms and protocols. Hence, this provides facility managers with a single, shared view of the facility's operations.  

BMS deployments in a building or an enterprise can be of varying scale. Normally, a BMS system monitors and controls 40% to 70% of a building's energy usage. Most of all, a BMS ensures that the building operates at maximum levels of efficien​cy. It also minimizes energy wastage. In conclusion, a BMS continuously maintains the correct balance between various aspects of a building. They include operating requirements, external/internal environmental conditions and most noteworthy - energy usage. Thus, achieving an optimal level of efficiency.



  • Increase staff productivity

  • Increase energy efficiency

  • Enhance systems reliability and life

  • Better preventive maintenace of major electricity guzzlers like HVAC

  • Save time and money by preventing breakdowns