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Smart Building

Along with world-class design and great architecture, a smart building needs to incorporate and optimize various functional attributes including heating and cooling, hot water, and electricity demands. Maximizing the occupant’s comfort and productivity while minimizing operating costs with respect to the country's energy mix, resources, and ambient conditions are complex and require evaluation of advanced control strategies through a holistic approach.

Siemens Digital Industries Software helps to crack your home automation implementation challenge into a sustainable advantage by evaluating the full design space of complex and difficult design decisions through simulation and testing solutions.

Along with world-class design and great architecture, a smart building needs to incorporate and optimize various functional attributes including heating and cooling, hot water, and electricity demands. Maximizing the occupant’s comfort and productivity while minimizing operating costs with respect to the country's energy mix, resources, and ambient conditions are complex and require evaluation of advanced control strategies through a holistic approach.

Siemens Digital Industries Software helps to crack your home automation implementation challenge into a sustainable advantage by evaluating the full design space of complex and difficult design decisions through simulation and testing solutions.

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Effective handling of today’s smart building challenges, such as reducing carbon emissions with personalized thermal comfort while saving energy and water mandates the development of innovative refrigerants, cooling loops, and automation strategies. Optimizing the circuit architecture, valve connections, and sub-system operation depending on the operational load in a reversible HVAC system with multiple chillers is a multi-attribute balancing problem. The adoption of renewable power and co-generation techniques adds additional complexity to the system operation.

Siemens Digital Industries Software addresses these engineering challenges with a model-based system design approach. This approach allows you to commission your building HVAC configuration system architecture and power sources virtually, allowing you to analyze performance, evaluate integration challenges, and accurately study the transient behavior of your system before procurement takes place, minimizing project risk and reducing costs.

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