Control your business from wherever you are
Added to this is the ability to control other features, such as lifts, detection of dangerous gas leaks or malfunctions in the building, access or fire detection systems and the supervision of electrical panels. And all this is done by means of a remote control through a web page. For example, you can choose not to water the lawn if it is raining or close the blinds of an office if too much sun is coming in through the windows from your mobile phone, tablet or laptop. And, of course, from anywhere, any time.
Building management vs. Home automation
Are building management and home automation the same thing? No, although they are closely related. Home automation is applied exclusively to homes. It is used to convert a normal home into a digital space prepared to optimise energy services, security, communication networks and, in short, the comfort of its occupants.
Building management, in contrast, is not used in private homes. It is used for the management of buildings not intended for housing, such as universities and city halls, and industrial and commercial premises.
Building management vs. Home automation vs. Smart cities
Smart cities is the term used to describe an automated public space system aimed at improving city management through public services, security, communications and general energy savings.
It is based on the design for a smart city that applies functions in different fields such as automated waste collection, regulation of traffic lights, citizen information points, video surveillance systems, remote management systems or public lighting.