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Building Management System

A Building Management System (BMS) is a supervision way by a central computer system, managing a large number of parameters and functions from data sent by sensors in large structures. It provides enhanced security infrastructure and economic management of energy.

Controlled supervision of your equipment


BMS enables the remote control of a set of automated equipment in large buildings and / or industrial facilities. The management information system collects varied data :

  • Alarms
  • States
  • Measures
  • Ventilation
  • Power systems
  • Fire systems

These multidirectional flows are managed through a single interface. The data are used to initiate preventive maintenance, condition monitoring facilities or establish operating statistics. With this information, the more reliable BMS facilities by improving their profitability.

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A BMS system consists of a computer workstation with software management Supervision/Hypervision, a secure network hubs assembling the management station and multiple controllers hubs gathering information equipment closer to the building.

Scalable solutions

Axiom Concept offers devices supervision, metering and computer supporting their operations based on the collection, processing and tracking of technical and media data. That information gathering is completed by a distribution tool and centralizing information on the network.

Axiom Concept, your BMS partner

Axiom Concept is a specialist area of Traffic and Industry. This expertise includes parking management, site logistics and manufacturing, as well as buildings. Axiom Concept offers to its customers an innovative technical solution. Through a network of reliable internet, sharing information between different sites. Our teams create for each client a close relationship, ensuring responsiveness and adaptability. We provide to our clients customized solutions through a complete project monitoring, drafting of functional specifications for the implementation of the management system.

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