Building Management Systems

A building management system (BMS) is an automated system that is put in place in buildings to manage and control the building's mechanical and electrical systems. It includes fire and security systems, lighting, HVAC, and power systems. All of these systems are connected to a single system, so they can share information and work together efficiently.


Benefits of using a BMS

The hidden heroes of modern construction are building management systems (BMS), which carefully optimize occupant comfort and operations.

Optimised Efficiency
With our smart BMS, you can cut down on running costs by precisely controlling lighting, HVAC, and other important systems.

Enhanced Security
Monitor your facility in real time and get rapid notifications for potential risks to safeguard your occupants and assets.

Customised Control
Establish an environment that is comfortable and productive for everyone who occupies the building.

Remote Accessibility
Our user-friendly system helps you control your building from anywhere and quickly respond to evolving needs.


BMS features


Intuitive Interface

Simple control and navigation that enhances usability and satisfaction and opens up BMS operations to all users.


Expand effortlessly alongside your building; our BMS meets evolving needs and offers long-term, future-proof solutions.

Data Analytics

Leverage the possibilities of data with smart analytics, enabling informed decisions for optimal performance.


Enhance connectivity and efficiency by integrating seamlessly with other smart building technologies to create an integrated environment.

How does a BMS work?

A Building Automation System (BAS), also known as a Building Management System (BMS), is an integrated management system that monitors and controls a variety of building functions to improve security, comfort, and efficiency.

Sensors & Data Collection

The first step in the BMS process is the integration of several sensors, such as temperature, motion, humidity, and more, throughout the building. These sensors gather data in real time on the occupancy, environment, and system performance of the building.

Centralised Control

The information that has been collected is sent to a software platform or central control unit, which functions as the brains of the BMS. It analyzes the data and makes decisions based on user preferences and programmed procedures.

System Automation

The building management system (BMS) automates the control of multiple building systems, including security, lighting, and HVAC. The BMS uses data to make decisions, including adjusting the HVAC system to maintain the optimal temperature or optimizing lighting according to occupancy behaviors.

Energy Management

By optimising the use of resources, BMS plays a critical role in energy management. It can pinpoint areas of energy waste and put procedures in place that reduce consumption.



Remote Access

With the assistance of remote access features available in many BMS solutions, building systems can be monitored and controlled from any location with an internet connection.

User Interface

Building managers and users can monitor and manage a variety of systems through a user-friendly interface that interacts with the BMS. It provides real-time data, historical reports, and the option to manually make adjustments as needed.

Alarm & Alert Systems

A proactive approach to preventative maintenance and rapid resolution of issues, BMS contains effective alarm and alert systems that are capable of identifying irregularities or possible problems in the building systems and providing alerts for quick intervention.

System Integration

In order to establish a cohesive and interconnected environment and improve overall building efficiency, BMS can be integrated with external systems along with other smart building technologies.

Looking to automate your building?

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