Building management systems

SIS offers a complete range of services for automation systems and BMS (Building Management System): consulting, design, installation, commissioning, training, service and maintenance.

Some functions performed by BMS:

  • Monitoring the use of resources: BMS will help a manager to make the most intelligent decisions regarding the use of resources in relation to their price, availability and statistically expected evolution
  • Energy efficiency: Buildings are inherently high energy users, even when occupancy is low. Among the big consumers are: the extraction of air from the rooms, a window left open, the lighting left on, the domestic hot water and even the air conditioning of the entrance hall. A BMS intelligently reduces all these losses
  • The acquisition, centralization and permanent display of information of interest: The management of the main functions will be integrated into a single system. A variety of situations and reports can be provided automatically or upon request
  • Memorizing the events and activities of the human operator: Even with a high level of technology, human intervention is necessary and desirable in many situations. A BMS ensures the traceability of the operations performed on your system, giving you a transparent image on its use.
  • Assisting the decision of the human operator in various scenarios: In many cases, especially critical, human operators do not always take the best solutions in the shortest time. A BMS can immediately provide the necessary information and even propose the best solution for a particular situation.
  • Automatic maintenance management: Equipment such as engines, pumps, elevators need maintenance. Using self-testing functions, monitoring of operating hours, number of falls, average running time and other methods, a BMS automates and limits the maintenance of your hotel both in terms of time and money.

 “Green” buildings

SIS offers consultancy, design, tracking and coordination services for compliance with LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design). By reducing operating costs and increasing employee productivity, green building practices can substantially reduce or even eliminate the negative impact on the environment, increase the competitiveness of the building, reduce the potential or risk of environmental contamination. Ecological design has environmental, economic and social implications, which benefit all stakeholders, the owners and occupants of the building but also the general public.