A single platform to meet all your needs in building automation
and energy management

immotique software

A single platform to meet all your needs in building automation and energy management.

immotique software

Single package that monitors your various HVAC equipment and energy controls, offering a single browsing interface and standardizing schematics and controls.

immotique software

By easily combining building automation and energy, you improve its management and diagnosis for your teams in building automation, electrical engineering and maintenance.

immotique software

A Versatile HMI software, providing a multi-protocol communication manager to serve the fields of building automation, energy management and process controls, independently from a specific manufacturer.

Overview of our Solution

The following diagram gives an overview of the solution:

immotique diagram

Electrical Measurement

Implantation of an entry points and critical electrical measurements data acquisition network.

  • Main entry points, generators, UPS for HVAC equipment and panels for some processes (data center, laboratory, control center, direct mail center, etc.)

Commissioning of smart meters / controllers on power distribution in buildings.

  • Standard procedure for installation, configuration and commissioning of various models of smart meters / controllers
  • ┬áPortal for the registration, assignment, pre-configuration of smart meters / controllers and automatic generation of the site's commissioning file
  • On-site activities to check connections, networks and comparative measurement
  • Validation of the communication with the Central Server and the qualification of remote measurements
Technical Management: HVAC

Among the main features of this functionality:

  • Centralized platform for real-time telemetry and telecontrol of mechanical systems in various buildings
  • Screen with 2D and 3D representations
  • Automatic generation of HMI from CAD drawings
  • Native management of building automation equipment manufacturers
  • Preconfigured graphic library for building automation and processes
  • Access to buildings and on-call support time reports through the Web (agenda-style browsing)
Technical Management: Energy

Among the main features of this functionality:

  • Centralized platform for real-time monitoring of various buildings energy systems
  • On-screen display of electrical distribution one-line diagrams in each building, graphs and trend charts, summary tables and remote settings configurations
  • Preconfigured graphic library for Energy and Processes
  • Measurements monitoring: voltage and current (Over-Under-Quadrature), frequency, power factor, power and energy (W(h), VA(h), VAR(h)), demand, harmonics and disturbances
  • Monitoring the variation in building energy needs
  • Continuous recording and archiving of measurement for subsequent analysis of events, as well as pre- and post- project impact analysis
  • Cross-data on energy provide additional information for fault management and diagnosis on HVAC systems
Real Estate Technical Management

A single platform to meet all your needs in Building Automation, Energy Management and Processes.

Our platform allows you to monitor in a single offering various technical units: HVAC, Energy and related technical units, fire detection and protection, lighting, low current, access management, video surveillance, intrusion, intercom, etc.

The use of a single environment promotes the implantation of schematics programming and representations standards (HVAC and electrical one-line controls) and enables the standardization of logics and navigation in building automation and energy supervising control screens.

Data on building automation and energy can easily be combined to set up an efficient alarm prioritization system, for use by building automation, electrical engineering and maintenance personnel.

Archiving in SQL Server database, statistical processing and integrated Excel export.

Energy Management and Dashboards

Web portal for energy management, with customized dashboards available in the client's intranet, for access to archived data about alarms and energy consumption related to the building's electrical networks.

The main features are:

  • Long-term archiving of all data from the BMS for complete traceability.
  • Consolidation of technical information for the management of generators, UPS and distribution panels, including allocations and expenses of each circuit.
  • Automatic and recurrent generation of reports according to user-defined scripts and regular broadcasting to preselected groups as requests for follow-up actions. Examples of generated reports:
    • History of measurements and alarms according to filters
    • Load study
    • Risk analysis
    • Demand forecast
  • Validation of optimization, modernization and electrical distribution maintenance projects, based on medium-term demand forecasts or development of some unusual situations
  • Automatic planning of maintenance and inspection for main electromechanical equipment according to user-defined criteria
  • Data exchange with related software applications (Helios, ERP, MES, CMMS).
Project Management

Web portal for management of situations at risk (SAR), abnormal and threatening conditions (ATC), as well as related investment programs.

SAR and ATC modules

  • Manage and broadcast useful information to quickly and efficiently solve the SAR and ATC , and inform users of their status.
  • Work orders management tool for technical support activities.
  • Manage corrective actions, recommend medium-term and long-term preventive measures.

Project Module

  • Control the financial and technical approbation processes for infrastructure projects.
  • Pilot users in documenting, managing and budget approval processes associated to projects.
  • Customizable and dynamic process manager.
  • A series of innovative features:
    • Common format for project monitoring
    • Standard tool displaying the status of project deadlines and budget compared with initial forecasts
    • Monitoring of task progress, benchmark compliance and confirmation delivery
    • Current projects dashboard
    • History of project guidelines deviation and motives
    • Comparison of calibration indicators for similar projects
    • Centralized archiving of project documents
Critical Situation Management on Equipment

Web portal for automated management of critical situations on real estate mechanical and electrical equipment, and weighting of the risk of a potential loss of hosted services.

This feature provides strong added value by exploiting the cross-data from all existing systems.

It provides solutions to the following issues often encountered in remote building management:

  • Overflow of unorganized data from disparate systems
  • Low quality of source data for lack of standardization and uniformity
  • Trouble in assessing the actual criticality of a situation over another and risk of focussing energy in the wrong place
  • Losing track of the impact on hosted services, detrimental to technical points related to diagnosis

It has been designed for:

  • Establish standard schematics representations for buildings and equipment
  • Set up rules and relations between the various data and alarms to help perform better diagnosis
  • Provide to the operation team a dynamic view of critical situations prioritized in the entire real estate
  • Assist the operation team thanks to a dynamic evaluation assessment of the criticality of the situation and the decision-making
  • Allow post-project analysis of the critical situations evolution in order to reduce the loss of service risk
Risk Management

Web portal for the dynamic assessment of emergency situations on buildings.

This feature is based on an integrated and coherent overall concept that takes into account all the building's technical systems, the activities of personnel involved on the site as well as certain external conditions.

It draws its strong added value from the use of cross-data from the existing systems which manage:

  • Ensuring electric power
  • Temperature regulation
  • Protection against fire
  • Protection against water damages
  • Monitoring of climatic and environmental conditions
  • Availability of resources in case of an intervention
  • Availability of essential supplies

It allows a wider integration of the information by using the data of previous portals and those related to:

  • Emergency plans
  • External and internal threats
  • Tenants' critical equipment
  • Buildings' critical equipment
  • Equipment warranties
  • Equipment life cycle
  • Maintenance files and inspection reports
  • Permits and licenses

Its main goals are:

  • Dynamically provide the essential information required to steer interventions and guide investments for improvement projects
  • Supply the operating services with the proper information to improve the quality of services provided to tenants and prevent its disruption
  • Provide the required information to optimize the operation of internal services
  • Enable access to archived information for purposes of inspection, consulting and auditing of the impacts incurred
Supported Hardware
  • Use of a same range of IEC 61131-3 programmable controllers (16 or 32 bits) using graphics and texts editors (IL, LL, PBD, ST, FC, CFC) and standard function blocks libraries for building automation, energy and process.
  • Standard I/O modules (2, 4, 8 and 16 digital and analogue points), specific I/O modules (DALI, EnOcean, KNX, MP-Bus, RTC, HART) and communications modules (AS-I, IO-Link Series, RF, Bluetooth).
  • System: Available for Windows 8, Windows Server 2012
  • Database: SQL Server 2012
  • Supported Protocols for:
    • Building automation [BAS]: BACnet, KNX, Modbus TCP, LonWorks, DALI, MP-Bus, EnOcean, M-Bus, SMI
    • Energy management: IEC 61850, DNP3, IEC 104, IEC 60870, M-Bus
    • Process controls: DeviceNet, ProfiNet, Profibus, CANopen, Ethernet / IP, Modbus / TCP, IO-Link, AS-I, OPC, SERCOS, Interbus, CC-Link
  • Certification: KEMA
  • Associations: OPC Foundation, LonMark International, BACnet International Group
  • Partners: Microsoft Certified, Collaborative Automation, Kepware
  • Architecture: single-user, multi-users, Windows TS and redundant
  • Centralized administration of user access (ActiveDirectory)
  • Centralization of data: a single server to maintain
  • WEB: Web Service and Android Mobile