GEZE UK are launching a smart hub that lets you take control of door, window and safety systems at this year’s Smart Buildings Show.
From 7 – 8 November 2018, at the Barbican, London, this hi-tech system, which is the first of its kind, uses the latest technology with open interfaces. It can be seen in use at the GEZE UK stand, in Hall 2 at Stand F3.
GEZE Cockpit acts as ‘a brain’ – intelligently integrating door, window and safety technology into building management systems – and giving building designers greater options to create the next generation of smart buildings.
Offering more efficiency, security and convenience, combined with intelligent smoke and heat extraction and dynamic fire protection to protect targeted escape routes, the GEZE Cockpit can be used as stand-alone solution or integrated into an over-arching building management system (BMS).
With its open BACnet standard integration, GEZE Cockpit can be managed remotely using a PC, tablet or smartphone, providing flexible control via an IO 420 interface.
It can monitor external and internal temperatures and provide CO2 management – automatically opening vents to dissipate stale air and allow fresh air into the building to improve conditions for those inside.
GEZE Cockpit also features a night time ventilation programme which can reduce internal temperatures and provide the ideal climate for those entering the building in the morning.
The system works with any autonomous ventilation system the building may have in place and can also work alongside any mechanical system.
In a fire situation, GEZE Cockpit can literally be a life saver, as it enables the automatic release of escape routes, opening doors and clearing emergency exits to provide a faster escape for people in the building.
GEZE Cockpit can be fully integrated into any building management system using the BacNet protocol but also has its own application package which can be accessed remotely using a range of devices.
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