Building from the outside with visualization of the building planning

Building planning Building Intelligence – flexible and smart operation.

  • Building system design through integral cross-trade and cross-sector data integration in the IoT-based framework Emalytics
  • Improve building performance with key values (KPIs) and optimize processes cost-effectively
  • Room concepts that are flexible and adapted to the user’s needs increase market appeal

Smooth operational management thanks to digitalization – revolutionize processes with integral planning

The process of how buildings are planned, built, and operated today needs to be reorganized in order to harness the full potential. From our point of view, the basis for this is creating a digital base and mirroring processes to reflect the requirements of digitalization.

Bernhard Tillmans - Phoenix Contact, Global Industry Manager
Bernhard Tillmanns – Phoenix Contact
People discussing building planning with a tablet and whiteboard

Integral building planning: A holistic approach to trades

Integral building planning A holistic approach to trades

To construct a smart building in which all the different trades are networked together, you need a comprehensive, integral building system design at the planning stage. The technical systems of a smart building interact with one another and exchange information to enable efficient operation. The integration planning of all trades for the building services must already be implemented during the planning stage. The functions of the different products, systems, and plants need to be coordinated in the planning stage so that the greatest possible benefit is achieved for investors, users, and operators.

All those involved in the process share a common understanding, and concepts for the flexible use of space and efficient use of energy, as well as the efficient operation of basic supply systems, such as heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC), are planned integrally with minimal additional effort.