Integrated Building Management Solutions

Integrated Building Management System (iBMS) focus is on:

Safety and Comfort

Facilitating total control of building management function at a fingertip.

Buildings being automated are not only economically optimized, but also reduce CO2 emissions for increased sustainability and a better future. A well designed BMS will help all of buildings systems run as efficiently and safely as possible

AIA Integrated Building Management System (iBMS) is a central intelligent system installed in a building, which automatically monitors and controls all mechanical, electrical and security equipment. While managing various building systems, it ensures the operational performance of the facility as well as the comfort and safety of building occupant.

Integrated Building Management System (iBMS) core functionality keeps the building climate within a specified range, provides lighting based on an occupancy schedule, and monitors system performance and alerts regarding device failures.

The key benefits are:

Reducing operating costs by deploying Enterprise Applications, Energy Metering and Analysis and Alarm / Event Management
Fully converged distributed IP architecture, to enable a services oriented architecture
A central server makes it possible to manage all the facilities with the iBMS solution from one location
Increasing the value of information – It may mean faster responses to alarms but it may also mean aggregation of information coming from different sources
Business Continuity – Improving response time to unexceptional events and so reducing the impact and unexpected downtimes
Identify equipment and facility performance degradation and link to capital planning
Increase in machine life