Joules Technologies

Smart Buildings

“Harness the power of IoT and cutting-edge technologies to create smart buildings that optimize energy usage, enhance user experiences, and reduce environmental impact for a sustainable tomorrow.”

About Smart Buildings

As a building owner or facilities manager, you’ve no doubt heard the term “smart building” more than once. Like lots of other things that have gotten smart in recent years, smart buildings are all about giving you more control—in this case, control over the building’s environment and operations. The benefits of having more control are numerous—imagine being able to move occupants out of a space if the level of particulates increases, or cutting thousands of dollars from your electricity bill simply by operating your HVAC more strategically. The results produced by these actions are tangible, and incredibly beneficial for your occupants, your profitability, and the Earth’s environment.

Smart building technology has a variety of applications within a building, depending on your goals. No matter which one of the objectives below you’re striving for, the overall premise is the same: your smart building system will monitor the relevant area of operation, collect data, analyze it, and provide actionable insights you can use to improve.

If you’re focused to improve the productivity of tenants, provide a better User Experience to the tenants which creates a “Feel Good factor”, our engineers have already defined various use cases and scenarios depending on the tenants who utilize the building and can discuss with you to adopt the suitable experiences for your buildings.

If you’re striving to meet sustainability requirements, IoT platforms can be used to monitor your current energy consumption patterns and analyze the data to produce targeted recommendations for reducing your energy use. The same can be done to achieve water-use reduction goals and improve indoor air quality. Joules Tech can also help reduce your building’s environmental impact by incorporating solar and other renewable energy technologies into your energy system.

If you want to reduce your energy bills, sensors that monitor your facility 24/7 can give you insight into how and when your facility uses energy. You can use smart building data to increase efficiency, strategically reduce your overall consumption for optimal building operations and even equipment usage.

If you want to ensure continuous functioning of your critical equipment, you can use sensors to measure various aspects of their operation—humidity level, compressor vibrations, the temperature of the refrigerant coming in and out of evaporators and condensers, the temperature inside a refrigeration unit, etc.—to detect imminent failure. When incoming data shows that one aspect of operation has deviated from the norm, it’s a good indication that something is about to fail. Often, a breakdown can be prevented before it even occurs.

If you want to ensure healthy indoor air and minimize the risk of disease transmission (a common goal in the midst of the current pandemic), you can deploy low-cost sensors everywhere in your building to monitor particulate levels and ensure optimal functioning of HVAC equipment.

If you’re working toward LEED or WELL certification, Joules Tech have solutions around Sensors and IoT platforms that help you gather and analyze building data so you can take the necessary actions to meet the required standards for water use, energy efficiency, and the indoor environment (air quality). Smart building systems are also an excellent tool you can use to report, inspect, and review performance over the lifetime of a building, to maintain certification for the long-term.

For a large Parking garage, the people are lost their way to find the car once parked and Joules Tech have identified the right technology and have implemented the Automotive Smart Parking System (ASPS) to identify the Car where it is being parked, the availability of the car slots per floor and we can can also enable the Indoor Location services on Mobile App apart from Kiosks based Static displays.