The system developed by Cimberio can be the nerve center of the smart district
Home automation, energy saving, abatement of climate-altering gases and a sense of comfort in the environments where you live and work: these are the principles that regulate the new technologies of living. These are at the base of those who design the smart district, avant-garde neighborhoods where energy services are integrated and shared with the objective of optimizing infrastructures. Most of these are areas to be built from scratch, but there are several cities that have projects to redevelop and re-launch districts already included in the urban context.
SMARTCIM, the system designed by Cimberio for the correct management of HVAC systems, brings together in a single organic system those principles of cost reduction, environmental protection and climatic wellbeing, as it allows its devices to dialogue with each other, in order to optimize energy, thermal and electrical resources. The system acts autonomously, according to advanced mathematical algorithms, powered by the data provided by its sensors located along the plant network and adapting each time to the changing conditions of daily use of the building. Its increased intelligence valves perform a widespread and constant electronic diagnosis of the vital parameters of the HVAC system, whose data, once collected, can be managed remotely through an intuitive application.
Thanks to its versatility and modularity, SMARTCIM can therefore be easily integrated even in existing buildings, through their inevitable energy retrofitting, and thanks to its prediction features can represent the nerve system in the smart district. Residential condominiums, tertiary and commercial buildings, hotels, clinics, hospitals, schools, universities, shopping centers and public administration offices are among the types of buildings that will benefit from the use of SMARTCIM.
At the center of the new urban planning guidelines there are, of course, buildings, which in Europe alone absorb 40% of energy consumption, and are consequently the most responsible for CO2 production. For this reason, in the vision of planners, buildings will have to transform themselves from strongly energy-consuming entities to efficient systems, and in the best cases even creating energy, able to eliminate their environmental footprint, contributing to the reduction of the Earth’s temperature rise.