A Building Management Systems (BMS) can integrate with a variety of different systems. This is mostly dependent on the facility and ability to interface with the many of the dissimilar systems. We have identified and integrated with some of the pivotal systems that are at the core of a well integrated BMS and listed them below.

Fire Detection


Integrating your fire detection and alarming system into the BMS to allows convenient monitoring of the fire alarm system at all times. You can monitor the status of smoke detectors, temperature sensors, fire alarms, faults etc.



Monitor the uptime or view live video streams from any IP enabled video cameras within your facility. This easy access to video allows you to instantly get visual monitoring of any location within your facility with the touch of a button.



Keep your facility comfortable and running efficiently by monitoring and controlling your chillers, boilers, air handling units (AHUs), fan coil units (FCUs), Roof Top Units (RTUs), smoke extract fans and dampers from the BMS.

Electrical Systems


Oversee the status and health of your substations and protective relays directly from your BMS system. At any time you can monitor the status of your circuit breakers, electrical parameters, alarms and any recent faults.

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)


Simplify preventative maintenance and keep things going for longer by getting real time information from your UPS. Keep watch on all UPS electrical parameters, availability status, warnings and alarms right at your desk. 



Remotely monitor your power generators to allow you instant access to generator status, fuel levels, alarms, runtime hours etc. Having remote access reduce the need to physically monitor the generator onsite.



Allow easier access to your existing intelligent lighting control system by monitoring and controlling precise lighting levels, room combinations, detecting natural or ambient lighting for daylight harvesting etc.

Water System


Incorporate all aspects of your water supply infrastructure and distribution system into your BMS. This allows easy monitoring of reservoir levels, pressures, continuity, pump status and alarms. 

Energy Monitoring


Optimize your energy consumption and generation by staying informed at all times on how much power your facility is consuming, what your major loads are and when your maximum demand occurs. 

Access Control


Securely oversee your facility’s access control system from the convenience of your BMS system. View access and occupancy of your facility or control access to restricted areas by allowing or revoking entry.

Public Address Systems


Easily monitor the status and health of your public address or voice alert/evacuation annunciator systems, audio channels, amplifiers etc. to ensure that your message gets heard clearly at all times. 

People Counters


Integrating people counting technology can assist the Building Management system to run more efficiently by optimizing resources usage based on the occupancy of specific zones within your facility. 

Intruder Detection


Determine whether an intruder has attempted to gain unauthorised access to your facility as soon as it happens on your BMS. Monitor Motion detectors, Duress alarms, Seismic sensors, tamper switches, infra red beams etc. 

Parking Management Systems


Supervise your parking management system through an integrated Building management system to keep an eye on your parking efficiency, available bays, and anticipate potential bottlenecks. 

Elevator & Escalator Monitoring


Easily monitor the real-time status, position, alarms, faults and video feeds of any cameras connected to your elevator cars. You can also issue specific control commands from the BMS e.g. grounding elevators in an emergency. 

Gaseous Fire Suppression


Integrating the Gas Suppression system into the BMS would allow you to monitor the Fire signal, Gas discharged status, pressure and alarms on the suppression panels. 

PLCs / Custom Hardware


Often times the BMS is integrated with existing Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs) or other hardware as this allows for monitoring or control on these systems. 

Databases & Business Systems


The flexibility of a fully integrated BMS allows you to interface it with any of your existing Business applications, Databases, ERP or MES Systems, Issue Trackers etc.