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Smart energy for accommodation SMEs: this is how immotics works

04 Apr 2024. 12:56
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If you work in the accommodation sector, this post is for you! Knowing new ways of optimising your energy resources, as well as reducing your costs and increasing your profits, will allow you to promote sustainability in your business and do your bit for the environment.

That's why we're going to tell you what immotics is and how you can start enjoying its advantages. Here we go!

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Now that sustainability and energy efficiency are imperative, businesses, including accommodation establishments, are constantly looking for innovative ways to optimise their energy consumption.

For small and medium-sized companies, as well as for self-employed people running, for example, hotels or hostels, energy efficiency is not only about reducing costs, but also about not wasting natural resources. In this context, immotics has emerged as an intelligent solution for the efficient control and management of energy in large spaces such as buildings.

Do you want to know more? We'll tell you about it below.


What is immotics?

Immotics, also known as building automation, is the set of technologies and systems that enable the integral management of a building or establishment, optimising the use of resources and improving the comfort and safety of the people who live there. In short, immotics uses sensors, devices and software to control and monitor various elements such as lighting, air conditioning, security and energy management, in a centralised and automated way.


Tips for an accommodation establishment

Now that you know what immotics is, it is time to explore how it can benefit an accommodation establishment and what tips owners and managers can follow to implement it effectively:


Immotics is the set of technologies and systems that enable the integrated management of a building or establishment.


  1. Energy consumption analysis: before implementing any building automation solution, it is essential to carry out a detailed analysis of the energy consumption of the establishment. This helps to identify areas for improvement and set clear energy efficiency targets.

  2. Integrated systems: the key to building automation lies in the integration of different systems to optimise their operation. A hotel or hostel, for example, can benefit greatly by integrating lighting, HVAC and energy management systems, allowing centralised control and greater efficiency.

  3. Occupancy sensors: installing occupancy sensors in rooms, corridors and common areas allows lighting and air conditioning to be automatically adjusted according to the presence of more or less people. This not only reduces energy consumption, but also improves the guest experience by providing a more comfortable and personalised environment.

  4. Intelligent HVAC management: building automation allows intelligent scheduling of air conditioning, adapting it to occupancy patterns and outdoor climate conditions. In addition, continuous monitoring of HVAC (heating, ventilation and air-conditioning) systems makes it possible to quickly detect and correct possible faults or deviations in performance, guaranteeing optimal operation and reducing maintenance costs.

  5. Lighting optimisation: lighting accounts for a significant part of a building's energy consumption. By installing energy-efficient LED lighting systems and implementing automated controls, such as daylight sensors and time scheduling, it is possible to significantly reduce energy costs without compromising lighting quality.

  6. Monitoring and data analysis: building automation is not only about controlling systems, but also about collecting data to track performance and make informed decisions. Energy management systems provide detailed reports on consumption and usage patterns, allowing areas for improvement and continuous optimisation to be identified.

Therefore, immotics offers hotels and accommodation establishments the opportunity to improve energy efficiency, reduce operating costs, provide a more comfortable experience and respect natural resources.

By investing in smart and sustainable solutions, professionals in this field can not only contribute to the care of the ecosystem, but also improve the profitability and competitiveness of their business.


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