eHouse BIM - Building Information Modeling (measurement and monitoring of the building parameters)

eHouse BIM - Building Information Modeling allows to perform practically unlimited measurements point of various physical values ​​as well as checking external sensors, reed, e.t.c. This allows for comprehensive monitoring and optimization of any building parameters. This methodology applies to any buildings types, warehouses and industrial facilities.
eHouse system can use wired controllers (Ethernet), RS - 485, CAN) as well as wireless (RF, WiFi) to collect information in given points.
The same eHouse controllers can fulfill executive functions (switching on / off of related devices) realizing Bulding Management System operation.
This information is currently received by the eHouse PRO server and then stored in MySQL databases (local or on the Internet (Cloud) ).

  • temperature
  • vibration
  • level of heat consumption
  • power consumption
  • strain, position changes
  • acceleration
  • flow level
  • noise level
  • sound intensity
  • lighting level
  • humidity
  • engine speed
  • gas concentrations

It allows:
  • Automatically send emergency SMSs to intervention crews
  • Minimize the costs of heating & energy consumption
  • Implement programmed emergency procedures (BMS algorithms)
  • Automatically turn off the devices associated with the sensors detecting threats
  • provide visualization of measurements, parameters
  • reduce costs caused by the failure to a minimum
  • play acoustic alarm messages
  • limit the number of personnel and operators to a minimum
  • analyze data using eHouse BIM software
  • Instantly detect anomalies and system failures at very early stages
  • Minimize the costs of electricity consumption

We provide the following services related to BIM:
  • Creating dedicated BIM software
  • Implementation of communication protocols
  • Integration of BMS / BAS systems
  • Full system configuration
  • Creating dedicated visualizations
  • Integration of Modbus TCP devices
  • creating or integrating measurement and alarm sensors
  • Creating dedicated algorithms