Total Room Control

What is total room control?

Total room automation, or total room control, is a cutting-edge technology that provides a seamless, integrated solution for controlling and automating all aspects of a building’s infrastructure, including lighting, HVAC, access control, and other systems.

As the demand for smart, energy-efficient buildings continues to grow, property managers and building developers are increasingly turning to total room automation solutions to enhance comfort, improve safety, and reduce operating costs.

Energy Control

One of the key benefits of total room automation is energy efficiency. By centralising control of all building systems and integrating them with each other, total room automation solutions allow property managers and building developers to optimise energy use and reduce waste.

For example, lighting can be automatically adjusted based on occupancy, while HVAC systems can be programmed to turn off when not in use, reducing energy consumption and lowering operating costs.

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Improved Security and Safety

Another benefit of total room automation is improved safety and security. By integrating access control with other building systems, property managers and building developers can ensure that only authorised individuals have access to sensitive areas of the building. This can include secure data centres, secure storage areas, and other high-security zones.

In addition, total room automation solutions can be programmed to automatically turn on emergency lighting and trigger fire alarms in the event of an emergency, helping to ensure the safety of building occupants.

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Tailored to Your Occupants’ Needs

Total room automation also offers a high degree of flexibility and customisation. Property managers and building developers can choose from a range of solutions to meet their building occupants’ specific needs, including standalone systems, integrated solutions, and cloud-based solutions.

We can tailor these solutions to meet the specific requirements of each building, including size, layout, and occupancy patterns, allowing for a highly customised and effective solution.

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More Control

Finally, total room automation provides an unprecedented level of control and visibility over all building systems. By centralising control, property managers can easily monitor, manage, and optimise building performance in real-time, helping to identify areas for improvement and take proactive measures to address them.

This not only enhances building performance and efficiency, but also helps to ensure that the building operates smoothly and reliably over the long-term.

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