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As today’s buildings grow more complicated, with larger and more complex systems, building owners and occupants need to take a smarter approach to managing these systems in order to make sure everything keeps running the way they want it to. Implementing a Building Management System is one of the best ways to achieve this goal.

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A building management system has the following functions:

  • Control
  • the show
  • Optimization

Also, central control by a system in the building usually takes place on the following sections:

  • Power systems (including power supply systems and emergency power supply)
    Lighting system (lighting equipment)
  • Heating and Cooling and Air Conditioning System (HVAC)
  • Safety systems and visits (including inspection of various locations and theft alarm system, the possibility of viewing different parts, closed circuit system, etc.)
  • Access setting
  • Firefighting system (including fire detection and fire)
  • Control of elevators and forklifts
  • The system of water supply (including regulating the flow rate and water pressure in different areas, interrupting and connecting the water flow at different times, controlling the irrigation of green spaces, etc.)