CILS focus on the energy-efficient running of buildings through the use of smart building technologies.
Advanced smart sensors, deployed throughout a building, detect movement, occupancy, light levels, temperature and power consumption in real-time. These sensors act as controls for lighting and other building systems using this data to maximise energy efficiency, enhance user comfort and drive down space and energy costs.
We embed a smart sensor in each new light fitting. It’s the perfect solution for any larger building – including schools, offices, commercial and industrial buildings – to significantly cut down energy consumption.
A typical smart building may use a wide range of existing technologies that are designed into the construction or retrofitted in a way that allows for the integration of future technology.
Lighting exists in all buildings. It can provide one of the greatest opportunities to create a smart building that is focused on energy efficiency as smart controls save an additional 75% of energy.
A smart building ensures you maximise your operating efficiency whilst improving the experience of people who use the building.
This enables capturing information from the sensors to monitor occupancy, temperature, and much more. The data gathered can be analysed to create valuable insight into the building’s performance.
The analytics and data are used to explore and create operating efficiencies, improve people’s experiences, enhance productivity and optimise resource and asset use.
Advanced interoperability also allows other devices and systems within a building or room to be connected. This ensures that everything is monitored through one centralised user interface; effectively creating a building management control system.