The first Smart Integrated Building solutions with Control Room has been delivered by Al Mana Security Services to Qatar Universities.
Qatar University is a public research university in Qatar, located on the northern outskirts of the capital Doha. The higher education landscape is at the crossroads of an
amazing digital shift. Higher education is faced with complex disruption from a changing student body who are digital natives expecting a more intuitive experience that fosters positive outcomes. This is where a digital campus, also referred to as a smart campus, a part of integrated building solutions, plays a role in transforming the lives it touches.
Al Mana Security Services is very well projected on the value propositions which helped us immensely in landing this job. Our Scope involved Supply, Installation, Implementation and Maintenance of ELV Systems and Security Systems like Audio Video System, Building Management System, Access Control System, Gate Barrier System and Master Clock System.
Our smart buildings (through the emergence of IoT based technology) are structures that utilize automated processes to control various aspects of a structure’s operations.
Smart and integrated building for Qatar University is expected to provide multiple benefits, as listed below:
- Provide them the chance to manage energy usage and ensure proper consumption.
- Ensure energy efficient improvements which lower energy bills and maintenance costs allowing the management to focus on other needs.
- Integration of sensors that assess the technical performance of the school building and initiate maintenance procedures before equipment failure.
- Automatic gate barrier system that restricts the access of unauthorized entry. These barriers can prevent any unwarranted or illegal access by people who want to use a particular facility without being authorized to do so.
- Master clock system that allows remote access from a web browser, as long as the browser is connected to the same network as the master. Precisely provides timing signals to synchronise slave clocks as part of a clock network.