Whether it’s an office construction, industrial plant, or any other construction type, construction services remain the central point of their capabilities. Besides this, with the structures performing different functions concurrently, their mechanical, electrical, and plumbing services are complicated and laborious to be operated manually. These constructions’ rigorous regulating & monitoring task is now ousted by a creative method of building management system. The building management system or BMS prioritizes the control of crucial infrastructure devices to ensure efficient flow and safe operations. The BMS application is even attracting demand even more to the idea of constructing smart constructions.

What’s BMS?

Building Management System refers to an automatic control device that aims to track and manage a building’s MEP services. Power, elevator, pumping station, safety, air conditioning, heating, lights, and ventilation are also among some devices that a Building Management System can automate.

Several servers support Building Management Systems to ensure all constructions operate correctly. BMS enhances cost-efficient construction operations by boosting the MEP service productivity while satisfying the building occupants’ needs.

BMS Building Applications

Building Management Systems play a crucial role in most cases to control the building’s electrical, HVAC, plumbing, and mechanical services. However, Building Management Systems can also be incorporated with several other functions. Some of the primary characteristics of a coherent Building Management System include:

  • HVAC – controls constant airflow to keep up particular humidity levels, temperature levels, control dampers, etc.
  • Light control – regulates lights according to the daytime and schedule.
  • Electric power control – enhances the proper functioning of crucial mechanical equipment and electrical devices.
  • Boilers – regulates on/off the boiler switch and keeps up constant temperature according to the requirement.
  • Ventilation – changes the window louvers/panes as per the climatic conditions.
  • Heating – keeps up a particular temperature and regulates on/off the system switch.
  • Security – warns against coerced intrusion and promotes proper surveillance.
  • Fire alarm – smoke control/detection device switches on the alarm in hazard times.
  • Elevators – shows elevator videos and shows its status.
  • Plumbing – regulates valves, monitors water temperature, and monitors hydraulic flow.

Note that Building Management Systems are flexible solutions that enhance the incorporation of other precisely constructed facilities.

Building Management System Benefits

Besides ensuring the building management process remains simple, the Building Management Systems also have several benefits that help to enhance the construction’s performance. These include:

  • Offer hassle-free access and management to construction operations.
  • Turns off services offered in unoccupied locations to reduce energy consumptions.
  • Synchronizes HVAC & more services to maintain a comfortable temperature in the indoor environment.
  • Adjusts artificial lighting through sensors and maximizes natural light to save electricity.
  • Saves cash and the much-needed time to maintain the systems.
  • Monitors energy consumption efficiently.

With the growing market for cities and smart buildings, it’s obvious that the Building Management System is the hereafter of the building industry. Besides saving huge amounts of energy, the Building Management System is also an economical device that you can customize as per your requirement. Generally, the Building Management System falls under the smart solutions for control of several infrastructure services.

BMS Components

  • Targeted components (such as components to monitor)
  • Operating Software (such as decision making and AI-based control)
  • Sensors
  • Centralized Server
  • Data Storage Facility
  • Operator Interface Station
  • Ventilation and HVAC
  • Controllers
  • Motion Sensors
  • Emergency Exits and Elevators
  • Hydraulic Systems
  • Electrical Power Generator
  • Seismic Sensors (in the event of Earthquakes)
  • Security Systems (such as Face recognition, Cameras, and more)
  • Information Handling ( such as Visitor Logging & Information, Meeting Schedules, and more)
  • Room Automation (For example, pre-heating/cooling meeting rooms)
  • Luminosity & Lighting Control
  • Fire Suppression Systems
  • Water System (Flow Control & Temperature Control)

Finally, note that a BMS needs a continual source of power to continue operating. For example, a blackout or power cut can cause the system and its components to shut down, and you’re likely to lose data if this happens. Therefore, it’s indispensable to have a backup power source standby to have these scenarios


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