Retrofitting public facilities, operating them safely and efficiently

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One of the biggest challenges for efficient and safe building operation is that little data and facts are available. The building is a “black box” and valuable resources are wasted every day. Only with up-to-date building data can processes in public facilities be improved and transparency created.

LineMetrics enables public institutions such as schools, museums or libraries to collect data independently and to plan, control and optimize processes. Current values are measured by wireless sensors and displayed in the platform. No intervention in the fabric of the building is necessary, which also makes it easy to network listed buildings. Additional functions make the overall solution a useful business tool: Grant access to specific buildings or rooms to individual users, store the collected data indefinitely or export the data for reports.

Challenges

  • High requirements regarding energy efficiency, user safety, sustainability, etc.
  • Hardly any data and facts because cabling is usually not possible
  • A wide variety of buildings with heterogeneous equipment and requirements

An all-in-one platform for all building data

Long-range wireless sensors record data for over 50 use cases. These are transmitted from radio gateways to the LineMetrics Cloud via mobile radio and can be analyzed there or transferred to other systems via API.

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50+ Use Cases

50+ use cases in one scalable platform

Enough of isolated solutions! The LineMetrics modular system enables a wide variety of use cases to be combined and can be easily expanded at any time.

All-in-one System

Komplettsystem vom Sensor bis zur Auswertung

LineMetrics combines measurement technology, data transmission, evaluation, data storage and much more in one. You only ever have one contact person for all questions.

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Wireless retrofitting without reception problems

Wireless sensors and gateways with SIM cards make cables and IT superfluous. Roll-out via plug & play by employees on site with LineMetrics support.

Return on investment from day one

LineMetrics takes over the operation of the monitoring solution for you: at a fixed monthly price, with no investment costs. Opex (operating costs) instead of capex!

Ideal indoor climate for satisfied employees and visitors

Temperature, humidity and air quality affect the health, productivity and well-being of building users, as well as the fabric of the building. Discreet wireless sensors constantly measure current values in public facilities such as schools, museums or libraries. This means that heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems can be better controlled and regular ventilation ensured.

Optimize land use

If cleaning is controlled according to demand, resources can be saved. Consumables (e.g. soap dispensers) can also be refilled according to actual consumption. Sensors in public facilities anonymously record when which room is occupied by approximately how many people and how often it is used. Parking spaces or desks can also be easily monitored.

Contain damage to buildings

Damage to buildings can cause immense costs and also endanger the health of building users. For these reasons, early detection is crucial. Wireless sensors can check the water temperature directly in systems and thus reduce the risk of legionella. Sensors can also provide a remedy for leaks. Equipped with water sensors, they report the escaping water. Anomalies in water consumption provide early indications of pipe damage.

  • Avoid legionella
  • Detect leaks at an early stage

Remote monitoring of technical systems

There are many technical systems in large public buildings that need to be monitored, maintained and repaired: Elevators, heating, ventilation, air conditioning systems, etc. If energy consumption, noise, vibration patterns and signals from the control unit are recorded, maintenance can be planned, downtimes reduced and redundancies avoided.

  • Predictive maintenance before problems occur
  • Remote monitoring of the heating, ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC)

Central evaluation and individual cockpits

All recorded data can be analyzed in the LineMetrics Cloud at object level or evaluated centrally and compared across locations. Verbesserungspotenziale und Probleme (Alarmierung per Email oder SMS) werden damit sofort sichtbar.