Building Performance

Data analytics is an important part of smart building performance because it helps with things like energy efficiency, equipment reliability, and occupant satisfaction. It also gives building managers the information they need to make smart decisions, make the best use of resources, and deal with problems before they become an issue, which makes the building operation more sustainable and cost-effective.


Building Performance Benefits

Building performance has many benefits, such as saving money, being good for the earth, making sure people are healthy, and making sure that the constructed environment lasts for a long time.

Optimised Efficiency
Improve operational efficiency with smart technology and data-driven insights for a building that works flawlessly.

Cost Savings
Identify and address inefficiencies to reduce your building's operating costs and improve its overall financial health.

Sustainability Focus
Help the environment endure by carrying out behaviors that use less energy and have less of an effect on the environment.

Enhanced Comfort
Place the health and well-being of building occupants first by using smart systems that make the space comfortable and responsive.


Building Performance features


Real-time Monitoring

Real-time monitoring of key performance variables gives you a clear picture of how the building is running right away.

Data Analytics

Use the power of advanced analytics to make sense of data, find trends, and give you useful information that you can use to make smart decisions.

Automation & Controls

Smart automation of systems like lights, HVAC, and security can improve performance without any help from an individual.

Predictive Maintenance

With predictive maintenance procedures, you can anticipate problems emerging and correct them before they affect performance.

How Building Performance Works

Measure of how effectively a building meets its operational goals and provides its occupants with a comfortable and productive space to work. In the world of smart buildings and technology, optimizing performance means using cutting-edge systems and strategies.

Extensive Monitoring

  • Smart buildings have a network of sensors strategically placed to keep track of elements like temperature, humidity, occupancy, energy use, and more. These sensors constantly gather real-time information about how the building is working and what the environment is like.

Data Analysis

After being sent to a cloud-based system or central platform, the data collected is processed by advanced analytics algorithms that provide information on occupant behavior, energy usage, and building management.

Performance Indicators

To assess the performance and effectiveness of various systems, such HVAC, lighting, and security, building managers establish key performance indicators (KPIs), which are then regularly checked to make sure the facility operates within optimal parameters.

Automation & Control

Using smart automation to control systems like lighting, HVAC, and security can improve the performance of a building. This is because automation can adapt to changing conditions and enhance performance for energy savings and comfort.

Predictive Maintenance

Systems can tell when equipment might break down by analyzing large amounts of data. This lets maintenance specialists solve problems before they cause downtime or poor performance.

Comfort & Productivity

Systems place the well-being and satisfaction of occupants first by creating environments that are responsive and comfortable. Some systems may let occupants modify lighting, temperature, and other environmental settings.

Sustainability Integration

Strategies often focus on decreasing energy use and encouraging environmentally friendly behaviors. These strategies help the building be more sustainable generally.

Continuous Improvement

Systems often have a feedback loop where analyzing data leads to useful insights for continuous improvement. Smart buildings are always changing and adapting based on performance data, feedback from users, and new conditions.

Need to optimise your building performance?

To find out more about building performance and how we can help you optimize your facility, get in contact with our professionals at Direct Control.