Networking within buildings has become more viable thanks to technological standards. So-called BUS systems therefore offer an interesting enhancement for clients and end customers.
In addition, there are also significant benefits using a higher-level building control system or networked system components:
- Central cleaning of (HVAC) systems and thus improved efficiency (Example: a room is then only heated when it is being used)
- Central monitoring of electrical components and the output of error messages. This simplifies maintenance / repairs and reduces the risk of failure.
- Linking of all functional areas. (Example: the cooling in an office is only active when the window is closed. This can be achieved using window contacts)
- Easy to install.
The planning and coordination of building automation before and during the execution phase requires not only a high degree of electrical engineering expertise but also cross-system expertise. Many building services engineering companies do not have their own planning department for building automation and control technology although this topic is becoming increasingly important. They therefore require the support of external engineering companies specialising in measurement and control technology.
Kampmann can offer you the following service:
- Support in the selection of the correct control or automation system.
- Discussion on the pros and cons of different control and automation systems.
- Support in making a decision on the extent of the automation based on objective evaluation criteria.
- Operator and user-orientated advice based on efficiency criteria (cost/benefit).
- Support in the integration or connection of Kampmann systems to existing building control systems.
- Direct consultation with measurement and control technology companies to identify interfaces to Kampmann systems.