With NeuroomNet, you can not only switch your building facilities on and off manually but also automatically via time control.
With our scheduling system, you can set times and exceptions for seasonal differences and public holidays. Everything can be set up with just a few clicks and only needs to be defined once in a central location. Manage your building facilities with NeuroomNet and save time and energy.
Switching on and off — of course with time control
In the course of the day, there is often not just one switching operation; a building has to adapt to different situations in the course of the day. How practical if it does this by itself and relieves your staff?
Example of a daily routine in a public building
- 4 a.m. — Cleaning lighting for the cleaning crew
- 8 a.m. — Lighting for daytime operation, starting the digital signage screens in the outdoor area
- 9 a.m. — Switch on interactive stations and info points for visitors and customers
- 5 p.m. — Switch to evening lighting
- 6 p.m. — Event operation, shutting down visitor areas, raising event area
- 10 p.m. — Switch on night lighting for security service, shut down event area
- 11 p.m. — Switching off the digital signage screens in the outdoor area
With NeuroomNet, you can trigger various scenarios for media technology, digital signage, lighting, sensors, access controls, power, etc. throughout the day.
Set periods and exceptions individually
Scheduling offers very extensive possibilities. First of all, standard times can be set. All exceptions to these have higher priority.
You can define any periods for seasonal differences such as holidays or individual public holidays, and insert modified daily schedules there.
With a few clicks, you can create an event every second Friday of the month at 5:30 p.m. between February and September, which indicates the closing time by the audio announcement.
Switching sequences — device-friendly switching on and off
The secret of good automation is that the commands are not only executed bluntly at the specified time but also adapted to the device specifications, if necessary with lead and lag times.
What does this mean in a specific example?
If the conference room is no longer needed, it can be switched off. But the devices must be switched in the right order so that they are not damaged.
First, send the command to switch off the projector. It may need to cool down a little. In the meantime, retract the screen and the blinds. Then switch off the computer and audio equipment. And when everything is turned off, switch off the power.
The sequence and waiting times can be freely defined in NeuroomNet — and only need to be defined once centrally — then all conference rooms have the same procedure.
For more examples and explanations take a look at our documentation.