Smart Building

Buildings interact with people

Simply turning off energy consuming devices when not in use is a good start, but there is so much more that can and should be done. Intelligent control starts with knowing which systems in the facility are the most power consuming and then assessing which systems, through better control, can be made more efficient with the best return on the investment. Implementing a “whole facility” strategy starts with a good understanding of energy needs and the associated costs. Integration is the key to energy efficiency. LonMark and its members provides a simple, straight-forward architecture for implementing such an efficient control system.



Heating, Air Conditioning and Ventilation

The key element of a Smart Building is the heating and air-conditioning system


Interacts with the HAVC system and turns on and off the light depended on the presence in the building.


Beside the basic function of shadowing the building it also helps to keep the building cool during summer time.