A computer based control system, which is installed in buildings to control and monitor the building’s mechanical and electrical equipments such as power system, fire systems, security systems and ventilation. It works on software and hardware.
The building management system (BMS) provides an opportunity for students to study about the software involved and provide deep understanding on the elements and the process so as to be able to use that knowledge in industry
With growth in the IT infrastructure there is an Increase in management responsibility in the building services sector and this course will set a base for this opportunity
To describe strategies for generating system test cases
To enhance understanding of system configurations, programming capabilities, and additional IT features to help improve productivity, reduce energy costs and enhance security.
Learning BMS principles and product ranges that best suit each application.
Gain comprehensive knowledge on specific products.
Expanding your hardware/ software product skill sets.
Open new business management system project possibilities.
Highlight key aspects of product installation.
Learning integration fundamentals and techniques to gain you an advantage in the market.
Sensors: what they are and how they are used.
Examining how a controller works
Understanding controlled devices and how they can be used.
Basic overview of the control process