The advantages of building automation are evident in the case of building heating and air conditioning systems. The latter are responsible for the greater use (and often the greater waste) of energy inside a building.
Building automation systems act both in terms of controlling consumption and making them more efficient, for example by quickly identifying any anomalies in the systems and also intervening remotely.
Water management also benefits from building automation, which allows identifying irregularities in the water flow and stopping it when necessary.
A good example of this is the E-WATERBLOCK safety device developed by ELTEK Appliance.
It can be used both in the context of home automation and in building automation, E-WATERBLOCK allows detecting any anomaly in the water supply and to block the flow before excessive consumption or damage to the rooms occurs.
Monitoring via APP is very simple, and also makes it possible to access a consumption history in the previous 12 months.
In general, building automation systems allow for a reduction in energy consumption of up to 40%.
The greater energy efficiency guaranteed by building automation favors a reduction in bill costs and a lower environmental impact.
In the era of sustainability and ecological transition, this advantage generated by innovation is certainly important.