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Smart Buildings are special types of facilities in which contemporary automated systems have been used, along with integrated systems which control the building automatically, including the heating, ventilation, air-conditioning, lighting, security or other systems. A Smart Building uses sensors, supplies and microchips to collect data and control them in accordance with the functions and services of the company. This infrastructure helps the owners, operators and staff in the facility with regard to improving the reliability and performance of the property, which reduces the consumption of energy and optimizes space usage.

Special attention has been paid to reducing the consumption of electricity, a higher degree of security, integrating energy-efficient systems, as well as convenient and simple solutions regarding how to use it. Special attention is paid to designing and installing high-quality materials and the thermo-insulation of the facility, which is the foundation of a rationally-used system of cooling and heating.

  • 42% of the world’s energy is consumed in buildings
  • 50% of energy used in buildings is wasted due to an inefficient system of controlling the buildings
  • In developed societies, it is expected that at least one half of buildings which will be used in 2050 have already been built
  • Only 25% of the construction costs are related to capital expenditures, while 75% of the remaining expenses are used for controlling buildings during their life cycle
  • Only 20% of the facility managers use 80% of the available capacities in their systems for controlling the building
  • 30% of the energy used in the buildings is wasted
Business facilities, hotels, hospitals, shopping malls and sports centers, schools or residential facilities all have the need to make savings and improve comfort and convenience. An increasingly higher price of energy justifies the investment that they can return in a very short period of time, and raising ecological awareness can best be affected by lowering the electricity bills and other forms of energy.
In order for the implementation of this system to reach a high level of facility automation, an adequate and systematic approach is necessary in designing and integrating, which includes:
  • the analysis of the clients’ needs
  • designing based on these needs and the specific features of the facility it is designed for
  • installation within a certain timeframe and at a required quality
  • monitoring facilities after running them and preventive and reactive maintenance
  • optimizing work in exploitation, which leads to energy savings.