Technical alarms

Management of the information related to the premises to make sure that everything runs smoothly. Technical alarms are of great use either for private home users and for maintenance staff of hotel and business buildings’ facilities. They are also a very valuable tool for alarm providers, who will be able to offer a better service to the customers.

Technical alarms can be very helpful. For example, temperature sensors can be used in hot water storage tanks to alert the maintenance technicians that the temperature is lower than, for instance, 35 °C. The person in charge will receive an email, a phone call or an audio or light signal alerting that there is a problem with the production of hot water. Thus it is not necessary to wait until the tank runs out of water for its revision.

Other examples of technical alarms include error reports that are created when there is high energy consumption in an empty dwelling or a prolonged water consumption over time that could be due to a leak.

Building Management

We install and setup the equipment needed for building energy management. The benefits include the possibility to control the energy expenditure by areas, offices, hotel floors and hotel rooms, and to manage the water consumption of the building. The equipment can also create an alert when there is a change in the energy consumption band and estimate the costs of invoices.

Alerts can also be created when there are abnormalities or when the facilities are not running smoothly. This helps to take measures such as turn the water supply off if there is a leakage to prevent damage and high water consumption.

Intelligent building control helps to anticipate maintenance work. For example, an alert can warn the hotel’s maintenance technicians of the production of hot water dropping below a threshold value. This will allow for taking action before the guests run out of hot water and solve the problem beforehand.

Another benefit of anticipating maintenance actions is to evaluate the performance of the heating and cooling systems. They can be set to create alerts if their performance is not as expected.