Not just a cubicle or floor, we have systems designed to cater to the needs of whole buildings. As workspaces are evolving and several organizations occupy a single building, the lighting requirements become more complicated to manage. With the Complete Building Light Management System, multiple entities work hand-in-hand to ensure that the needs of all can be met optimally and effectively.
1. Sensors are inbuilt with environmental data which helps in measuring ambient temperature and humidity.
2. The gathered data is then fed as feedback to VRV/BMS through Modbus/BacNet protocol from our software for fine controls.
3. This allows desk based occupancy sensors to be available for asset management & seat allocation controls.
Your Facility Manager sets the system to optimize lighting. At the same time, users retain control over their own lighting levels to suit their particular needs.
When someone enters an area, the appropriate lights brighten to provide sufficient illumination. Your Facility Manager can also use this information to schedule housekeeping or maintenance without disrupting work.
The system maximizes the use of natural daylight, which is a great sustainability practice as well as a great way to conserve power and reduce heat generation.
Lights switch on or off based on the time of day, and a sophisticated level of conditional programming allow controls to operate differently through the day.
The lighting system does not merely receive instructions, it also collects valuable information. Your Facility Manager can log the real-time condition of every single luminaire, and its energy usage. This level of data is invaluable for decisions like scheduling maintenance or replacement.
All lights can and are addressed individually, offering the immense flexibility of controlling lighting by individuals, groups, floors, and even buildings.
Your Facility Manager sees all the available information immediately, in real-time, through a brilliantly-designed dashboard.