NeuroomNet ensures smooth operation with minimal downtime!
Devices, hardware and software components are managed, monitored and controlled via network.
Automation saves energy, costs and resources!
Multimedia is indispensable for modern spatial experiences. However, such installations must be implemented in a high-quality and expandable way to be convincing.
In an increasingly technological environment, a building can benefit greatly from these technologies.
But a building serves a purpose and the entire technology of a building should also serve this purpose. It can only do that if it works.
It is also important that technology does not come to the fore, but works in harmony with the constructive and spatial aspects. However, since there are always a large number of different technical and media-technical interfaces that have to be coordinated with one another, the operators need a way to obtain homogeneous access to the overall system via an integrative tool such as NeuroomNet. On the one hand, the current state of the system should be recognizable and, on the other hand, there should also be the possibility of carrying out appropriate controls.
With its balanced operating options, NeuroomNet offers the right balance between automation and manual setting options.
The system is flexible enough to be able to implement innovative ideas. Easily operated via modern, intuitive user interfaces.
As an innovative control for buildings, media and much more, NeuroomNet is a future-proof tool. Thanks to network-based technology, this central solution is location-independent, manufacturer-independent and highly efficient. Here, emphasis was placed on an expandable concept, so that interfaces for new technologies and components can always be added. Media monitoring and building technology can be easily operated and maintained via monitoring and control. Rights and access management ensure that operations meet all security requirements and that users with different levels of expertise can access the functionalities they need.
Full control and efficient work are made possible by NeuroomNet. You can always get help and support through user support. Thus, the focus is on monitoring to identify errors at an early stage, as well as extensive logging and reporting in order to analyze errors as best as possible and then to be able to remedy them.
As a solution-oriented product, neuroomNet meets high demands on performance and technology. neuroomNet is flexible and can be combined and expanded with other products via numerous interfaces. Rights and access management are essential in security matters.
Automation enables efficient operation and cost reductions. Clever technology and simple operation can reduce errors and downtimes. NeuroomNet guarantees security and availability.
This allows operators and users of a building to use multimedia installations independently and maintenance-free.
Nowadays, visitors expect interactive, digital offers from modern public buildings. Museums and other operators are therefore forced to modernize in order to attract visitors and generate income. At the same time, companies want to equip their showrooms with modern media in order to convince employees and customers of their innovative strength and timeliness.
However, exhibition operators and staff often do not have the training and technical knowledge to set up, operate and maintain digital stations themselves. This requires extensive specialist knowledge of the various technologies. Operators are therefore faced with the challenge that not only the purchase costs of the hardware are supposedly high, but also the services of installation, programming and maintenance.
In addition, the operation of the stations (manual switching on and off of numerous stations by staff) can cause labor costs or overwhelm and annoy staff. If the stations are not checked regularly, there is a risk that stations will malfunction or even fail completely, which in turn can lead to dissatisfied visitors. Security issues should not be neglected either. Ignorance and security gaps could not only endanger the contents of the exhibition, but also the rest of the exhibition system and its office management.
This is remedied by a central application for monitoring and controlling the media - like NeuroomNet! This means that the exhibition operators can master these challenges themselves or can cost-effectively hire a service provider who sets up an automated control system and remotely monitors it.
Create connections across manufacturers.
Different platforms and protocols under one interface.
KNX is a system for building automation (old designation EIB). Actuators and sensors are connected via the bus using a two-wire line. Sensors are for example switches, dimmers, motion detectors or temperature sensors. Actuators can be, for example, lamps, blinds or dimming actuators. If a sensor now sends a telegram to the bus, the corresponding 'programmed' actuator recognises that it is meant and behaves accordingly, for example switching on the light. NeuroomNet is connected to the KNX bus via an IP bus coupler and can also place telegrams on the bus or receive them. KNX is very popular with all electrical manufacturers. All well-known manufacturers have pretty much everything from switches to top hat rail actuators in their product range. The advantages of KNX are its flexibility, you can change at any time which lamp should be switched by which switch. The disadvantage is that it can only be installed during the construction phase, which means that it can only be installed in an existing building at great expense.