The public sector estate is as vast as it is varied. From historical listed courthouses to brand new hospitals, council offices, town halls, community centres and everything in between they all need to ensure they are comfortable, safe and public money is being spent responsibly. CILS has amassed a massive amount of experience in working in this sector to reduce their energy consumption, lower their carbon footprint and, most importantly, free up more capital for frontline services.
Smart public sector buildings
Our IoT platform means these buildings can access a host of efficiency tools, all in addition to saving money on energy. Imagine a building where not only does the lighting turn off when you leave a room, heating and cooling can be adjusted and selected small power outlets can be automatically turned off. The same system could also be telling you where all your hospital beds, ventilators etc are, tracking the movement of vulnerable people, the temperature at any given part of the room, how much those fixed desks are actually being used. With the ability to write custom software, there are few limitations on how CILS are helping drive efficiencies across the public sector estate
Lower energy costs from lighting
LED lighting greatly lowers costs combined with IoT controls and smart sensors, adjusting light levels automatically by occupancy and daylight settings
Save on heating and cooling
Realise significant savings using smart sensors to automatically reduce heating or cooling demand in unoccupied spaces
Integrate decarbonised heating systems such as air source heat pumps to reduce your CO2 emissions
Reduce maintenance costs
Reduce the need of constantly changing lamps with the installation of LED lighting. Using smart sensors, plan cleaning schedules by use of space and occupancy. Emergency lighting can be integrated to enable smart automated testing, reducing the need for manual inspection.
Increase productivity and comfort levels
Optimise light and temperature to create comfortable building environments all year round
Analyse space utilisation in real-time
Identify occupied and unoccupied areas for energy savings, safety and use data-driven insights to determine the best use of space
Generate your own electricity to lower the cost of energy and demonstrate to the public that you are on the right path to achieving net-zero
Valuable data driven by smart sensors
Smart sensors and IoT systems go way beyond reducing energy consumption. Real-time, non-intrusive visualisation and alerting of people and assets on a live map of the building. Data can be used to for the purposes of occupant contact tracing or to locate missing equipment in buildings.
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In these terms and conditions, User or Users means any third party that accesses the Website and is not either (i) employed by CILS and acting in the course of their employment or (ii) engaged as a consultant or otherwise providing services to CILS and accessing the Website in connection with the provision of such services.
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User or you
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8. CILS will receive Data about you from the following third parties:
a. Strategic Partners;
b. Channel Partners;
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d. Data Collectors.
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Who we share Data with
13. We may share your Data with the following groups of people for the following reasons:
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25. We may also disclose Data to a prospective purchaser of our business or any part of it.
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