A very fundamental BMS consists of software, a server with a database and smart sensors linked to an Internet-capable network. Smart sensors around the structure gather data and send it to the BMS, where it is stored in a database. If a sensor information data that falls outside pre-defined conditions, the BMS will trigger an alarm. In a data center, for example, the BMS might activate an alarm when the temperature in a server rack exceeds acceptable limits.
Depending on the system, BMS software can be install as a individual application or it can be incorporated with other monitoring programs. More complex BMSes can monitor and manage a wide range of building services across multiple platforms and protocols, providing facility administrator with a single, shared view of the facility's operation.
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