Benefits of a building automation system for a commercial space


In this week’s competitive commercial world, a building automation system is just about a necessity, and there are so numerous demands on time, responsibilities to manage and opportunities available that utilizing smart technology only makes sense.

Building automation systems allow for programming according to yearly operations, simplifying jobs and saving time.

There is no worries over someone forgetting to turn out the lights or lock the doors, but nearly every appliance and system can be connected to the automation system and programmed for greatest advantage. Not only is less work involved and human error eliminated however there is the potential for significant energy savings, but simply automating the lights in a greater commercial space can greatly lessen carbon footprint and operational costs. The automation system can utilize occupancy sensors to light up, heat or cool those zones that are in use while conserving energy in unoccupied spaces. Blinds can be programmed in open or close depending on whether sun is an attribute or detriment to comfort and energy conservation, however door locks can be customized to allow passage only to authorized personnel, but conference rooms can be automated to supply the necessary technology and amenities for meetings… Plus, there is the added security of motion-activated lighting and surveillance cameras around the perimeter, then for commercial spaces in northern climates, incorporating a snowmelt system can be especially helpful, eliminating the need to plow and the danger of injuries due to icy pavement, and real-time video allows inside and outdoor areas to be monitored. From security alarms to carbon monoxide, moisture and smoke detectors, a building automation system protects the commercial space and tenants.

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