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From classic to digital building automation
Classic building automation is conventionally divided into three hierarchy levels , namely the field , automation , and management levels that exchange data and information over networks . The various trades are coupled with standardized communication protocols . This generally does not involve an integral planning . Smart Buildings are the result of integral planning across trades and a task‐oriented organization of the building automation . In combination with cloud‐based solutions , digitalization and the Internet of Things ( IoT ) enable new approaches to solutions as well as the use of artificial intelligence ( AI ) for controlling and regulating buildings . Networking smart , communicative sensors and actuators and IoT‐capable controllers
enables secure data exchange between plants and systems throughout all trades . At the same time , cloud‐based building and area management is also possible . Through Emalytics , we provide a framework that is fit for the future . The system consists of hardware and software and supports the principle of integral planning , which results in comprehensive solutions for Smart Buildings . Process control is networked across all levels , including the integration of third‐party services such as e‐mobility or photovoltaics . For the migration to digitalization , we make it possible to network data from all trades with the IoT‐capable ILC 2050 BI controller . The various bus and network protocols , e . g . KNX , BACnet , Modbus , M‐Bus , and
others , are standardized into a uniform data object . There is also the option to integrate IP‐based smart devices . The migration strategy of Emalytics makes it possible to merge different technologies .
The Emalytics framework at a glance
Emalytics framework
Emalytics View Emalytics cloud
Emalytics Automation
Project Wizard Use of templates Create system diagrams Import 2D / 3D plans Open project navigation Design GUI / visualizations Manage projects Compare system data Visualize systems dynamically Evaluate / analyze historical data
Cloud platform for optimal building management
Technical monitoring Operating data analysis Operating instructions Client management
Global data space
Alarms SMS Trending Email Data management Scheduling Data standardization Application engineering
Data integration , integration of field devices
Provision of data from different systems
Third-party services
Indoor navigation
Parking guidance system
Facility management system
Electric vehicle charging station
Other
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