Starting out with a smart build – the best practises


There are no tricks or shortcuts to designing a connected environment that is smarter, safer, and more comfortable for employees, guests, and residents.


This kind of environment is made possible by smart technology used strategically to build creative, optimized, effective, and sustainable workplaces that provide valuable experiences for any occupant.


You can more readily identify the structures, organizations, and vertical market systems that can help you realize your vision by determining the desired results, the "as is" baseline, and the "to be" metrics, such as key performance indicators, at the outset of a project.


Finding the technologies required to realize this goal is a step in the process. An approach that is outcome- and metric-driven ensures that every choice is made with the end in mind. This makes it easier to complete a project on time and within budget while generating demonstrable results right away.


An example being, if your primary objective is to lower energy consumption and boost operational effectiveness, integrating smart lighting, and HVAC systems with a building automation system can help you minimize energy costs.


This can be achieved by the building automation and management system interacting when an occupant enters into their building, automatically turning on the relevant zone's HVAC and lighting.


The necessary lighting and HVAC will turn off when the occupant exits out of the building. Thus saving a significant amount of expenditure on what would have been wasted energy, lighting a building with no occupants present.




If you are interested in starting your smart journey, get your FREE consultation now with Promptus Ltd, by visiting our homepage or contacting us via email at: info@promptusltd.com.