Discover the BRESAER building energy management system

20 Oct 2017Deliverables

A Building Energy Management System, or BEMS, is an ICT solution for managing energy sources by means of integration of the energy systems and monitoring networks. BRESAER’s objective is to design a cost-effective computer-based control system installed in buildings that monitors and controls the building’s mechanical and electrical equipment. In this way, the document describes the end-user…

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