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Integrated Building Management System

In order to fulfil the requirements of Green Building standards and initiatives, FUSOL support integration with a standard integration platform, advanced controllability, and sophisticated monitoring, measurement, verification and versatile reporting. The most important prerequisite for achieving Green Building status is the efficient functional integration of building systems. The systems will function smoothly together according to modes of the building or the space, prevailing conditions and needs/preferences of the users. The integrated operations are fully automatic, triggered by one input, having appropriate impact to all systems in the building.

FUSOL enables significantly lower energy consumption, real-time control and monitoring, and dynamic graphics according to needs. System integration creates better environmental air quality, radically improved energy performance and increased water efficiency, according to requirements of  Green Building standard and initiatives.

System integration allows for efficient system maintenance and full-scale service provisioning with radically lower cost and better quality services. Easy access to building systems will ensure that everything is in perfect condition and functions in the optimal way at all times. Should anything disturbing happen, immediate response is available. Integration will facilitate undisturbed conditions in the building and sustainable development through minimized energy consumption, first-class security and significantly lower life cycle costs.

FUSOL furnish and install a fully integrated Building Management System (BMS), incorporating distributed control techniques and standard open communication networks. The system is implemented as an integrated, open solution, which enables Service Center connectivity through standard Building Operating System (BOS) interface.
The integrated system includes controls and monitoring of the whole building (BMS and Security) and each room/apartment whenever applicable.
Integrated Building Management Systems include the following subsystems:

Whenever applicable, Room Controls include the following subsystems:

Systems are accessed through the Building Operating System (BOS). System must have two main user interface types – professional user interface and occupant user interface.

Professional User Interface
The system enables a client-based User Interface for professional usage and for central monitoring of systems (Service Center usage). The professional User Interface will allow for at least the following:

The professional User Interface is implemented as a client application, which includes an automatically adapting tree structure of the building, building’s parts, individual spaces, different systems and parts of systems. The tree structure can be used for navigation through the system. All systems connected to Building Operating System can be accessed through the same graphical User Interface. The client software can be installed to unlimited number of remote computers or laptops. The client software will allow for remote Internet usage of several sites using the same client.

The professional User Interface shows system views, floor plan views, trend view, alarm view and event log view per building and system layer. Any alarm is shown in red colour in both graphical views and tree structure. Each alarm message will include shortcut to relevant graphical system and floor plan view.

Occupant User Interface
Subsystems in e.g. meeting rooms, hotel rooms or residences is usable through a graphical browser-based occupant User Interface, using touch screen panel PC’s, tablet PC’s, IPTV, home computers, laptops, PDA’s and mobile phones. The User Interface will comply with requirements defined in the System Architecture.

The browser-based occupant User Interface is generated automatically using the structure of the building defined in the Building Information Model. The browser-based User Interface utilises latest web technologies, such as AJAX. The user interfaces will provide easy access to frequently needed functionality, such as lighting controls, temperature set point modifications, alarms, and configuration of scenes and modes of the space. The same user interface functionality is usable through any device with a browser.

The browser-based occupant User Interface allow for at least the following actions:

The system is implemented as an integrated, open solution, which enables Service Center
Connectivity through standard Building Operating System (BOS) interface.

The System Architecture will consist of four levels:

The system is completely modular in structure and freely expandable at any stage. Each level of the system will operate independently of the next level up as specified in the system architecture. For example, Control Level will operate independently without support from Management Level. The system is fully consistent with the latest industry standards. To enable efficient functional system integration and to provide maximum flexibility and to respond to changes in the building use, the system offered will support the use of LonWorks, Modbus, M-bus, Ethernet TCP/IP and Internet communication technologies.