Improve comfort, safety and energy efficiency

At the heart of energy transition and digital revolution, Smart Building appears as an economic, ecological and social imperative.

Building must be able to respond flexibly to the needs of property managers, operators and occupants.

At the same time, technological innovations open up new possibilities and reinvent the buildings of the future.

It will be more modular, scalable and connected.

INSAFE multi-sensor concept natively includes safety, comfort and energy management features.

The introduction of connected sensors enables to:

  • Protect individuals and property (fire safety, CO and CO2 detection, etc.)

  • Implement a strategy of predictive maintenance: the various alarm systems will detect any sign of failure in order to foresee possible breakdowns .

Ensure safety

Being smart and connected, residential and commercial buildings are now designed to promote occupants’ well-being: 

  • Optimal ambient conditions can be reached in terms of temperature, lighting, operation of equipment, etc.

 

  • A good management of Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) is a key factor to guarantee occupants’ comfort and health. Today, buildings are increasingly airtight in order to reduce energy use. It is therefore vital to control and manage IAQ. . IZIAIR index was designed to address this issue by providing a unique and simple IAQ solution. It enables to measure, interpret and improve Indoor Air Quality.

 

New customized services can be offered: home care for the elderly, dependent or frail people, optimization of hygrothermal comfort, analysis of occupancy rates for office space, etc.

Provide greater Comfort

Optimize energy management

The continuous rise in energy costs, the environmental impact as well as the strengthening of regulations have all contributed to the emergence of connected and smart buildings.

The implementation of connected sensors offers two main benefits:

  • By optimizing the energy performance, buildings limit their environmental impact. The building sector is the largest ernery users: it consumes more than 45% of total world energy and produces almost 23% of CO2 emissions.   Smart Building is a way to rationalize these energy spending by saving up to 20% of global energy.

  • Smart Building helps reduce energy consumption and increases building profitability. Maintenance, operation and security costs are optimized.