What is Smart Building?
In order to increase the energy efficiency of smart buildings, it is a system in which the energy consumption of the buildings can be controlled automatically with the equipment in the building.
The most important task of the smart building is to ensure that the energy consumption of the building is at the lowest level without compromising the user comfort. As in the whole world, a very important proportion of total energy in our country is air conditioners, heating and ventilation systems, lighting, etc. in order to keep the user comfort at the highest level in buildings. such vehicles are automatically controlled.
The most important goal of smart buildings is to increase energy efficiency in buildings, to keep user comfort at the highest level and to keep the energy consumed at a minimum level.
Intelligent buildings have many features together, they contain equipment that exceeds expectations. However, it is desired to use the energy at the lowest level in order to carry out the desired works and processes. A smart building should serve in the most economical way throughout its service life. To achieve this, many systems are used in an organized manner:
-Building automation system
-Energy management system
-Energy control system
-Central control and monitoring system
In a region like our country with sufficient potential in terms of solar energy, all design parameters, especially the building envelope, are passive systems designed to adjust themselves to environmental effects, and mechanical, electrical, and mechanical and electrical components that can work in full harmony with these system elements in order to benefit from the desired effects of the sun and wind and to be protected from their undesirable effects. Buildings with electronic and automation systems are considered real smart buildings. We can give an example of smart buildings, Maltepe Yeshiil Residence, which is GN İNŞAAT’s A+ project.
The leading criteria and basic features of being a ‘Smart Building’ in our country are the existence of a card entry system, the smartness of air conditioning, ventilation, fire detection, alarm, security, lighting and elevator systems, as well as the fact that these systems are controlled and managed from a single center without any problems.