A Building Automation System, also referred to as BAS or Building Management System (BMS), is a combination of software and electronic, electric and mechanical devices, meant to automate the operation of a building. At a very high level, it can be described as a system that collects information about the building status and the factors that affect it (like the weather), processes it, stores it, informs the operators, makes decisions (based on current, historical and forecasted information, plus the operators input), and acts to control the building electromechanical equipment.
the world is rapidly increasing their consumption in parallel with the ever-increasing population growth rate. It is therefore a fact that the current energy resources will not be sufficient for all humanity after a certain period of time due to the intensive consumption brought by the increasing population.
For this reason, we should take on an important consciousness and task in this regard in order to ensure the sufficiency of the renewable energies at the moment, considering that the life on the earth will continue for many years with the aim of protecting the environment both in terms of renewable energy.
Rail systems stand out in public transport because they can economically transport passengers at the required speed and capacity. Whether it's trams, light subways, subways, suburban trains, or intercity passenger / freight transport train lines, the signaling is a big plus. First of all, it is necessary to carry out the right signalisation in order to be able to transport safely, and to prevent accidents.
If you have done a tour in a large industrial production area, you must have been amazed by the size of automation and intelligence gained by machines that collect data and transmit it where it is needed. But even in the industrial field there are still gaps. In the low volume and / or older plants lacking the sensor automation capacity, there are bigger gaps. For example, each machine is collecting data. On the other hand, some can collect data but are not associated with other parts of the system so that they can benefit more from it.
By addressing these gaps, GE is working to ensure that machines operating at their optimal performance point in production are in constant contact with the factory system and that they will not fail without warning.
Uzmangrup Automation specialized staff enables the establishment of fully automated and state-of-the-art systems for the projecting needs of the companies. Our company's major machinery design and manufacturing capabilities are;
• Automation systems - • Design and manufacture of special-purpose machinery
• Rotary table applications - • Automatic screwing systems
• Automatic feeder series mounting machines - • Automatic lapping systems • Hotplate welding machines - • Performance and sealing test benches in plastic parts • Automatic welding wire welding machines