ICalis for Building Automation

"Building Automation" means all those technologies applied to medium and large buildings, used for the tertiary and/or public sector, able to manage in a coordinated way the different systems (electrical, hydraulic, automation, air conditioning, etc.).

The goal of Building Automation is the ability to interconnect intelligent systems and objects and to analyze data faster and more accessible. Our cities need to become smarter and smarter: to do this we need to start from the foundations, that is, from buildings. According to recent studies, commercial and residential buildings consume about 40% of primary energy globally.


Old automation of buildings

The "old" buildings automation was "closed" on proprietary platforms, with different applications organized independently.

The new Smart Building, on the other hand, have very different assumptions. When you want to offer the best usability possible you must also ensure the best integration with third parties.


We don't have to think of buildings as a single and simple shell anymore, because the IOT evolution leads us to see the building as a "system" where different facilities evolve and integrate to provide users with optimal and sustainable living conditions for all available functions and services.


Building Automation covers all the automation functions that can exist inside a building and that generally apply to plants but also safety devices.


The contemporary monitoring of different plants has enormous potential and presents many challenges and many possible developments related to physical safety.

ICalis BMS

The ICalis allows you to automate many functions of the building management (climate control, lighting, energy and plant building) in an integrated and functional way related to the people who are occupying the building.


The ICalis integrates an advanced platform of data analysis and algorithms Artificial Intelligence (AI) very evolved.


Artificial Intelligence can play a fundamental role in the market of building automation, opening up new opportunities to exploit the data collected with the aim of anticipating needs, improving its functionality and increasing its decision-making autonomy thanks to the increased computing power.


The opportunities offered by Building Automation are many: the restructuring and the contextual redevelopment of the territory will be predominant themes in the coming years.

Commercial and residential buildings consume about 40% of primary energy, which is mainly used for heating, air conditioning, artificial lighting and the operation of household appliances and technical installations, and In general, thanks to the application of Icalis and the optimization of the control technology, it is plausible to obtain an average energy saving that varies between 10% and 30%.

By combining energy, automation and intelligence, Icalis can be the answer to increase the value in buildings with safety, reliability, efficiency and sustainability through a connected and dynamic building management ecosystem: from sensors to services. And for new buildings, it makes the building’s efficiency stand the test of time.