BMS for guests:
Hotel rooms must be adapted to different user groups. With changing hotel guests and their preferences regarding lighting, shading, heating and air conditioning, the regulation of a room should be as comfortable and easy as possible. The first time you enter the room, the information from a locking system (e.g. Vingcard) activates a presetting for room air conditioning. With a web-based visualization for touch screens, the guest can customize his room himself after he has been greeted with a personal welcome message in his language (data from the hotel management software such as Fidelio / Opera or Protel).
BMS for hotel staff cleaning:
For this group, an overview of the respective room status (MUR, DND) and the occupancy of the individual rooms is important. Most of the time, the employees are assigned to a certain floor or part of the building. A visualization that is able to display different partial visualizations for each floor or each part of the building is suitable for this.
BMS for house staff maintenance:
The technical house staff must be able to control and regulate the entire building in order to be able to counter-steer quickly if necessary. A central visualization of the entire hotel is required for this.
BMS for hotel operators:
For many hotel operators it is important to implement the corporate design (logo, colors, font) also in the visualization. With a visualization, this requires a high degree of design freedom.
In order to keep costs for visualization creation, maintenance and staff training low, it is advisable to create different partial visualizations in addition to the main visualization for a better overview. If there are many different users (user groups), a user administration is useful for regulating the access rights to the building management