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BUILDING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

The building management system is known as a parameter responsible for regulating automatic functionality. A building management system happens to be a system controller with automatic regulations to process. BMS is safe and secure with the operations at the time of optimization and monitoring use and controlling the hefty computer-based subsystems' efficiency for the proper procedures. BMS is considered a vital component in the central data facility, making it even more crucial to be ethically monitored and computerized access to work authentically. We at SN associates help you with the right implementation and execution of BMS plans.

These days, it is hard to imagine a newly constructed building operating without a strong and effective management system that ensures safety and comfort for people living and working in the building. An effective integrated building management system should have the capacity to ensure safety.

 

 A building management system is a computer-designed system that keeps a check and controls all the internal systems. These include:

 

  • Climate control -heating, air conditioning, and circulation, are provided to the various parts of the building.

  • Building -Looks after door monitoring and access, intrusion sensor monitoring, and alarms within the building's various parts.

  • Water Supply -Monitors flow and supply of water to the various floors of the building.

  • Elevators -Bridges up the gap between different floors and helps control and access the cars in the building.

  • Lights - Provides automated power controls that help in the conservation of the many fixtures in the building.

 

BMS generally has three-level circuits, these are:

 

Management Level: It includes administration, dispatching along with statistical database functions. At this level, cooperation between personnel and system is performed; which is implemented by means of computer devices and SCADA-systems. 

 

Automation Level: Basic components of automated processes are: 

 

  • main controllers

  • signal input-output units

  • and various switching equipment.

 

Field Level: The field level of the terminal is also known as low-level automation. This level includes:

 

  • sensors

  • actuating mechanisms

  • cabling between devices and low-middle levels

 

Integrated building management includes a system for commercial heat consumption central heat supply systems, boiler systems, and heating systems

 

  • cooling stations and refrigerate supply systems

  • water supply 

  • plumbing system

  • lightning and power supply system

  • smoke removal and firefighting

  • fire and emergency warning alarm systems

  • telephone and other communication systems

  • automated parking system, etc

 

Advantages of BMS are:-

 

  1. Adds more value to the building

  2. Easy control and access to individual systems.

  3. Saves money and time at the time of maintenance

  4. Helps at the time of emergency

  5. Provides a flexible system for working

 

Disadvantages of BMS are:-

 

The rising need for integrating smart automation systems with the contemporary infrastructure gives rise to various building management system companies across the globe that offer premium quality solutions for the masses.

SN Associates provides accurate central monitoring and control of all the equipment, such as chillers, heaters, cooling towers, air handling units, air systems, fan coil units, water systems, pumps, lighting, energy systems, electrical meters, sewage treatment plant, plumbing system, etc. We ensure synchronization of all system components in order to deliver the best results. Apart from SN associates; Cisco, Honeywell, Johnson Controls, United Technologies, Schneider Electric, Emerson Electric, and Siemens provide premium building mechanic services.

We at SN associates aim to provide the best building mechanics services for your easy and safe future.