Why Value Controls – Customer Challenges

The classical systems of building automation systems (BAS) have evolved from control of heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC). The wide use of technology and powerful embedded systems has enabled new developments. Building automation is employed to integrate user requirements, system requirements and optimizations in order to maintain user comfort with energy efficiency being a recently added optimization goal. At the same time, the complexity increases as new services are added. The basic design of controllers has become distributed and is adopting advanced methods of convergence, redundancy, and interoperability which changed the BAS concept to IBAS (Integrated Building Automated System). Consultants are being advised by technology developers and Individual system manufacturers/suppliers to address customer requirements and each is unique in its solution. Challenges come across when:

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  1. All of these technologies need to integrate with each other to provide optimized operation.
  2. Individual system suppliers provide their solution as per their scope of works but there are ambiguities in tender specifications for interoperability with other systems.
  3. Interface management is lacking coordination between specialized system suppliers which result in project handover delays.
  4. Facility management team finds it difficult to take over the system(s) when the operational snags are not rectified with due diligence.
  5. Client as end user, who is expecting a fast ROI, gets frustrated when systems are not delivered as expected.

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