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Equipment monitoring

The system of equipment monitoring is the basis for making quick and effective decisions on the operation of the facility. It helps to sharply reduce the response time to emergencies and possible damage.

Typical problems


Lack of information

Lack of real-time information regarding the state of the equipment.


Manual control

The systems and equipment at the facility are primarily manually operated.


Slow response

Slow response to emergencies.


Manual inspections

Dependence on the human aspect - employees manually check the status of the systems, even if they can transmit status signals to the dispatcher console.


Manual mode

Manual control of heating, air conditioning, and power supply systems leads to energy resource cost overrun.


Missing data

Missing sensor network at the facility, which should provide feedback for making effective decisions on equipment operation.

How to switch to full equipment monitoring

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First of all, you are required to make a list of all the systems that you intend to monitor.

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Next, create a list of all the equipment directly included in these systems, which you intend to control.

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Add the list of all the functional devices connected by cord and their models to the table.

Here you need a pause

Usually, this is not as easy as it seems. Since, the main thing for you, as a head, is that the equipment works. And the absence of obvious problems or breakdowns can be fine for you.

But, you may not know the actual situation at your facility and where to expect the next troubles because you don't receive any feedback from the equipment.


9 out of 10 of our clients experience difficulties during the data collection phase

We advise you to responsibly treat the "homework", as this will save you a lot of time and money during project implementation.

A complete and exhaustive list of systems and equipment at the facility allows you to create a good technical task for the building automation system. As a result, it will allow you to implement the dispatching project at a minimum cost and in the shortest time.

We are always at your service

If you need any technical advice on this matter or are interested in how to make the shift to the management system quickly and cheaply - we are happy to help.

What you get


Cost reduction

You will receive comprehensive information about the operation of all building systems online and significantly reduce the cost of its operation.



This applies to optimizing the number of staff required to еthe building maintenance. Just one person can manage the operation of the entire system.


Online access

The manager can handle many buildings simultaneously and wherever he is if buildings are connected to the internet. No special applications are required - our software is available from a smartphone, tablet, or laptop.


save by optimizing the operation of equipment


By automating the power supply, heating, and air conditioning systems, you can save from 15 to 40 percent of the funds on maintenance of the building. As well as you can prevent water leaks, power overload, or accidental fire.

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Required connection between

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The state of the equipment

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The parameters of the desired operating modes

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A network of sensors, installed in appropriate locations

Only constant connection between these components provides cost savings and better performance of the whole system.

Service quality improvement

Feedback on the operation of the equipment at the building saves you and your residents' money and also affects the quality of the provided service.

If earlier, you figured out about a power outage or water leaks from angry customers, now it's the other way around!

You will notify customers of the problem before they even know about it and provide them with up-to-date status of resolving the issue.


Customers will be able to monitor the process of resolving online and not call the administration on this issue.

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