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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.
Tablet with a calendar on the display

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.


Various tasks that can be planned in the NeuroomNet interface
Various tasks that can be planned in the NeuroomNet interface

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