Further references

BMS for all building types

Our software is versatile and can be used in a wide variety of projects.

Lighting

HVAC

Shading

Trends/reports

Alarm management

Hotelmanagement

Door locking systems

KNX - BACnet - DALI - DMX

St. Margarets Complex

Australia, Sydney

NETx BMS Server, NETxVoyager
Data points: 1,700
BMS clients 5
Visualization: 25 pages
Trades: lighting, HVAC, hydraulic services monitoring, fire services monitoring and CO monitoring
System integrator: Konex Automation Pty Ltd.

St. Margarets Complex in Surry Hills, Sydney consists of 4 buildings with mixed use like residential apartments, commercial, retail and carpark (underground).

KNX - OPC - DALI

Garden Factory (Hero Moto Corp)

India

NETx BMS Server, NETxVoyager
Trades: lighting, HVAC
System integrator: Entelechy Systems

The Garden Factory is a manufacturing plant and parts center for the two-wheeer manufacturer Hero Moto Corp. Their effort to bring togehter innovation and nature was rewarded with beeing Indias first Platinum-rated plant. The task of Entelechy Systems was to provide an energy-saving lighting system that is connected to HVAC, SCADA and BMS systems.

 

Case Study: Manufacturing Plant in Rajasthan, India uses KNX for Energy-Efficient Lighting

KNX

Port of Anwerp

Belgium

NETx BMS Server, NETxVoyager
Data points: 25,000
BMS clients: 10
Trades: lighting, fire detection, intrusion detection
System integrator: DOMICA bvba

The Port of Antwerp is a port in Europe accessible to capesize ships. It is Europe’s second-largest seaport, after Rotterdam. Antwerp stands at the upper end of the tidal estuary of the Scheldt. The estuary is navigable by ships of more than 100,000 Gross Tons as far as 80 km inland. In 2012, the Port of Antwerp handled 14,220 sea trade ships (190.8 million tons of cargo, 53.6% in containers), 57,044 inland barges (123.2 million tons of cargo), and offered liner services to 800 different maritime destinations. Beacons in the harbour, which give status through SMS. These messages contain a code that has to be converted and translated to meaningful measurements (voltage of batteries, lights on at x hour, off at x hour, energy obtained from solarpanels, temperature, errors, …)

 

  • Domotics KNX in buildings (status as well as remote on/off/dimming)
  • Status reports from emergency lighting in the buildings (monthly reports according to requirements of European law EN50172)
  • UPS in several buildings
  • Emergency generators in several buildings
  • Connection with shore power installations, which provide power to ships when they are in the docks (ships have to be connected with shore power in order to reduce CO emmission)
  • Fire detection of the buildings
  • Intrusion detection of the buildings
  • Important electrical cabinets on remote locations through input/output with GPRS connection

 

The main page is a chart of the harbor, which is divided into 16 parts. When an installation gives an error the corresponding area in the harbour turns red and an alarm is displayed on screen.

KNX - Modbus

Offices and electric charging station

Spain

NETx BMS Server
Data points: 724
Group addresses: 103
Devices: 55 - RFID reader, Power Analizer, AP Wifi, Switch and Router, SAI, actuators, binary inputs, pulse counters
Trades: Lighting, HVAC, security, access control, energy efficiency, electric vehicles
System integrator: Domonorte Tecnologia S.l.

Offices and garage in Bilbao of a cleaning company. They have eight electric vehicles and little power available. The vehicle is controlled by recharging using RFID readers and the charging intensity of each outlet is controlled. In addition to this, the general consumption and of each charging circuit, plugs, lighting, HVAC, water consumption etc. is monitored. The office lighting only light if the brightness falls below a threshold. In the locker rooms, industrial heaters are controlled, maintaining a uniform temperature during shower times. The state of the windows is monitored, and the heaters are turned off in case of opening. Ventilation circuits and thermoses are controlled so that they do not work when vehicles are charging. Electrical protections, LAN network equipment, Wi-Fi connections are monitored to generate alarms. A monitored UPS maintains the electrical supply of critical systems (server, router, switch, gateways, general power analyser) in case of a fall and generates alarms. All accumulated energy and water measures are stored in an additional database and integrated into the client management software at the end of the day. The state of charge of the vehicles, the RFID reading, and the consumption of each recharge are also sent in real time.

Mercedes Benz Museum Stuttgart
Deutschland
SYS.TEC Gebäudeautomation GmbH & Co. KG
Welios Science Center
Wels, Österreich
EWW AG
Wissensturm Linz
Linz, Österreich
EQOS-ENERGIE Österreich GmbH
Vienna State Opera
Vienna, Österreich
Art for Art, Theaterservice GmbH
Medina Central
Medina, Qatar
KEO International
National Exhibition Center ADNEC
Abu Dhabi, VAE
RMJM
Kayseri Anatolia Wonderland
Kayseri, Türkei
Emes Electromechanical Ind&Trd.Co Ltd.