Advanced Analytics

Optimise building performance

Connected Components

Smart internet-connected devices

Converged Networks

High speed network infrastructure

OUR SOLUTIONS

Making Smart Simple

All smart buildings have three interconnected levels in common. They capture data, they communicate the data, they optimise based on the data. 

Level One

Converged Networks

High speed networks lays the ground work for the performance, monitoring and communication needs of all interconnected systems and devices in a smart building. The single network concept replaces the traditional ‘siloed’ multi-network approach of previous construction projects. A range of converged networks reduces install and operational costs by up to 65%; enables high speed, feature rich communication networks, buildings and spaces; and future proofs them for new technologies.

Level Two

Connected Components

We are living in a connected world with an ever increasing number of connected devices. Advances in technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) are transforming buildings – enabling better communication between devices, individuals and the building. For example, facility managers can access a range of devices, such as CCTV, lighting, HVAC, security and access control, all in the one place. Similarly, previously siloed devices can interact and control each other.

Level Three

Advanced

Analytics

Centralised control systems gather data from a multitude of devices throughout a building to learn about the usage and needs of the occupants and to make better decisions to improve building energy consumption and occupant wellness. For example, interconnected HVAC systems can be monitored and adjusted using advanced analytics to improve air quality and energy efficiency on a micro-scale, leading to enhanced ‘green’ ratings for buildings and healthier occupants.

WHAT WE OFFER

Smart Infrastructure Solutions

KelTech IoT has gained unparalleled experience developing solutions for a variety of infrastructure projects.

Improve Environment

Smart Spaces

A smart space enables the surrounding infrastructure to work in harmony with buildings, people and devices, to enhance the way we live, work and play. Data, captured from a variety of devices are gathered, analysed and used to make better decisions to improve the overall experience within the area. A converged network throughout the site lays the ground work for the performance, monitoring and communication needs of a smart space – interconnecting all devices and systems together, ensuring data gets captured and decisions are made in a fast and efficient way. For example, interconnected street lighting, way-finder lighting and digital signage can work together to better manage traffic and emergency situations, guiding vehicles and pedestrians away from congested or unsafe areas.

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Fibre Optic

Enable high speed, feature rich building and infrastructure technology services while minimising install and maintenance costs using a fibre optic converged network.

Digital Electricity

Implement a simple, low cost power supply quickly to multiple devices in large spaces while also reducing visual pollution and operational costs.

Traffic Solutions

CCTV cameras and on-street sensors provide real-time data and smart analytics to enhance safety, manage traffic flows, provide parking space information and manage automatic access to parking areas.

Optimise Workspaces

Smart Offices

As technology has evolved in the work building environment, the initial focus has been on energy efficiency and security. These are valid areas of focus with 30% of the world’s energy consumed by buildings. Enhanced lighting management based on modern technology (LED) and employee location monitoring can provide savings of up to 50%. Similarly, access control systems have evolved from standard smart card to biometric readers, such as fingerprint and facial recognition. A more recent technology evolution within the workplace focuses on productivity and wellbeing of the employees as well as better space utilisation of the building.

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Energy Efficiency

Adaptive sensors such as motion detectors, occupancy counters, thermometers, humidity, CO2 and air quality monitors, all work together to learn about daily building usage to make automatic adjustments and to ensure maximum comfort with minimum energy consumption.

Secure Office

Implement sophisticated security solutions to manage visitor and employee access to designated zones throughout the office using a variety of card and biometric technologies.

Space Utilisation

A more modern and mobile work force rely less and less on being physically present in the office. As such, building management systems (BMS) are evolving to cater for the flexible work-force, with real-time desk and meeting room allocations available to employees, as well as live-tracking of canteen, in-house gym and other services to ensure minimum wait times.

Enchance Wellbeing

Smart Homes

Residential homes and apartments have seen a shift in smart technology solutions in recent years. High speed multimedia access, remote heating control and alarm monitoring are all standard requirements of the modern home. As technology and connected device solutions evolve, enhanced smart home features provide a value add to the resident, increasing property value and rental income opportunities. Areas such as automatic blind control, voice and movement activated HVAC controls as well as remote building access for maintenance support provide enhanced user experience and home comfort.

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High Speed Multimedia

An essential requirement for the smart home is high speed multi-media access capable of handling multiple devices across all data, voice and video requirements of modern living. Integrating multiple services, such as satellite, broadband and terrestrial TV, through a controller facilitates a central management and single app solution for a variety of multimedia requirements.

Access Control

Modern security and access control systems provide remote access and video recognition capability to monitor and control access to the home, giving the resident peace of mind.

Energy Efficiency

Tailored HVAC solutions for a modern apartment provide remote control capability as well as learning software to adapt the environment to suit your needs on a daily basis. Solutions such as lighting control, automatic blinds, smart thermostats and radiator control help tailor each room to meet the resident needs.

Increase Sales

Smart Retail

Retail stores are becoming more sophisticated both from a security and big data perspective. In store security cameras tracking and monitoring customer behaviour are being enhanced with advanced filtering techniques to alert security of irregular behaviour as well as greatly improving video review analysis. More advanced analysis can be derived by combining video and store purchasing data to create better understanding of buyer behaviour by customer segment.

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Security

Advanced video management systems (VMS) can greatly improve in-store security, providing quicker search capability around specific customer profile types and specific areas of activity.

Big Data

Using activity based software analysis of video footage, combined with purchasing information provides sophisticated buyer behaviour information and enables smarter decision making around in-store product and ad placement.

Safety

Motion and heat sensors provide real-time feedback to building information systems to trigger action-based responses which can be used to prevent overcrowding, using in-store capacity display notices.

Enhance comfort

Smart Hotels

The hotel sector continues to evolve to meet the changing needs of its customer. Driven largely by technology, smart hotels use a range of solutions to enhance the customer experience and drive greater operational efficiencies. As technology solutions move into the home and other buildings, customer demand is driving change within hotels also, from sophisticated multimedia entertainment to remote heating control and voice activated services. Similarly, on the operations side, technology is driving greater efficiencies in areas such as intelligent lighting and HVAC systems, mobile booking and reception-free check-in services.

In room comfort

The modern hotel room is unrecognisable to what it was a few years ago. Room access has progressed from keys to cards to mobile phone applications. Mobile based applications are also being used to integrate with all in-room functionality, from TV and entertainment, to lighting, HVAC and blind control as well as room service and housekeeping.

Energy efficiency

New building management systems (BMS) connect smart sensors throughout the hotel to monitor activity and adjust HVAC and lighting accordingly.

Clean air

Smart guest room solutions use IoT based sensors which link directly to the HVAC, air purifiers and building management systems (BMS) to monitor the Indoor Air-Quality (IAQ) and dynamically adjust to maintain industry requirements. In this way, airborne microbial (incl. viruses) can be reduced by more than 80%.

Ensure Safety

Smart Airports

The modern airport requires less human interaction as automated check-ins, security checks and passport controls become more commonplace. Equally, more devices and sensors are being used along with sophisticated analytics to carefully monitor and manage large volumes of people in transit. Existing high levels of security and safety are being matched by these enhanced, real-time people management and customer experience systems.

Occupancy monitoring

Video intelligence software providing real-time feedback for digital signage can avoid over-congestion and frustration for travellers. For example, a restroom occupancy tracker can reduce unnecessary over-crowding using displays to indicate occupancy status.

Clean air filters

Smart sensors for clean air are being used to monitor and manage for multiple gas concentrations. These sensors learn and react to unclean or unpleasant odours and apply a variety of corrective actions, including dynamic adjustments of gases in the area as well as alert notifications to staff for manual cleaning.

Thermal Imaging

Modern travel environments require additional checks of passengers on a remote and personal level. Intelligent body temperature systems provide a range of capabilities including reliable, remote, mass screening as well as sophisticated real-time identification and tracing of individuals with abnormal temperatures.

Enhance experience

Smart Stadiums

Sports stadiums, conference centres, music and arts venues have all been evolving to enhance the customer experience and meet the technical demands of a modern generation. However, a poor technology experience can detract from an otherwise good event – being unable to contact a friend to meet up after the match, not hearing the main act properly or failing to easily navigate around the conference centre. Similarly, a good technology experience can greatly enhance the overall experience – pre-ordering drinks to your seat, accessible content in tandem with speakers presentation and an audio-visual display to wow the senses!

People management

Dynamic digital signage as crowds arrive and leave a venue, pre-ordered snack management and restroom queue information are some of the enhanced people management services being deployed with advances in technology to improve the audience experience and optimise movement of large numbers of people in confined spaces.

High Speed WiFi

Congested venues of densely populated audiences require careful understanding of the technology demands to ensure uninterrupted and high-speed 2-way internet access for all attendees.

Audio-Visual

Sophisticated audio-visual (AV) systems can greatly enhance an event experience. New technology solutions include increasing scale in screen sizes as well as additional visual effects via translucent screens, holographic and 3D images. Similarly, intelligent lighting effects match the ambience and mood of the event with all AV effects combining for a more immersive experience.

Improve Learning

Smart Schools

Typically, schools lag other buildings in technology advancement due to budget constraints and a more conservative approach to change. However, Covid-19 has accelerated change in all buildings, not least in schools. A hybrid approach to learning has been put in place by most schools worldwide, using established technology solutions to facilitate at-home learning and remote classrooms. Use of mobile devices in this way has driven a higher demand for new or improved WiFi capability on campus. In addition, the integration of technology into the school building supports an energy efficient building and better learning environment. Energy Management Systems (EMS) manage lighting, HVAC systems, printers, computers and other appliances based on specific usage needs and learned usage trends.

Energy efficiency

Cost effective changes in smart lighting and HVAC control can provide a significant energy saving for a school. Automated and movement-based lighting, as well as careful monitoring of HVAC use and wastage can provide 5-10% saving in building energy costs.

High Speed Internet

Legacy buildings often prove difficult to provide optimum WiFi coverage for online-based learning activities. Constant advancements in this area have resulted in schools being able to implement cost effective solutions.

Audio-Visual

As hybrid in-class and at-home learning models become more pervasive, the smart school building requires upgrading to meet this modern demand. Advanced, and even basic, audio-visual (AV) equipment, such as digital screens and speakers can enhance the learning experience and integrate more seamlessly with the shift to digital learning.

Improve Care

Smart Hospitals

A building has a big influence on how people feel. The design, furnishing, lighting, temperature, air quality can all contribute to a sense of comfort or not. In a hospital setting, a building can actually contribute to the patients wellbeing, from controlling biorhythms and sleep to accelerating recovery of wounds or infections. Tailoring the environment to each patient’s need requires a smart hospital. Similarly, technology advancements for hospitals are driving operational efficiency improvements, ensuring mobile equipment can be located in time, space is used more effectively, and patient monitoring and recovery times are improved.

Room control

In room control of temperature, lighting, blinds, entertainment as well as remote access to family and friends not only helps the recovery process of patients, but can also improve staffing requirements. Similar to the home, mobile apps as well as voice activated controls provide instant response and peace of mind for the patient.

Realtime location systems (RTLS)

Manually locating mobile equipment is a significant drain on hospital staff. Technology based equipment tracking and retrieving reduces staff time wastage, improves equipment utilisation and meets patient needs quicker.

Space utilisation

Integrated systems and centrally controlled building management systems (BMS) for hospitals help with patient flows prior to arrival and within the building. Individual technology efficiencies, such as a pre-arrival check in, way-finder assistance and service queue management can all contribute positively to the patient experience and optimal usage of space within the hospital.

Converged Networks

Dual Distributed Network (DDN)

Transform communication network deployments by combining power and fibre in a single integrated solution.

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Fibre Optic

Enable high speed, feature rich building and infrastructure technology services while minimising install and maintenance costs using a fibre optic converged network.

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Digital Electricity

Implement a safer, faster and lower cost electricity solution, as part of an enhanced converged network implementation.

LTE/5G

Overcome legacy and fixed line limitations, broaden reach and connectivity of smart buildings using LTE and 5G technology implementations.

Connected Components

Audio-Visual

Use sophisticated audio-visual solutions to enhance building occupier experience, with dynamic digital signage, hologram video instruction, mood music and lighting.

High speed multimedia

Provide seamless integration of all multimedia sources and channels through fibre optic cabling, high speed WiFi and other communications standards, connecting all fixed and mobile devices seamlessly to video, voice and data content.

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Lighting

Use low cost, low power LED intelligent lighting solutions to gain significant savings in retrofitting, maintenance and overall energy consumption throughout the building.

Wellbeing

Ensure wellbeing of individuals within buildings with a range of solutions, such as occupancy monitoring, clean air filters, temperature monitoring and technology based hygiene solutions.

HVAC control

Optimise energy consumption with automated energy management systems (EMS), learning from building occupancy usage and user profiles to ensure temperature needs are met in a tailored way, specific to areas or zones in a building.

Security & access control

Provide high end protection and peace of mind with a range of 24/7 security and access control solutions such as motion sensors, IP cameras, intercoms, automatic number plate recognition (APNR) and more.

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Safety

Use smart sensors and interconnected safety management systems to monitor, anticipate and trigger appropriate responses to all safety incidences or faults in relation to smoke, fire, water, air, energy and building access.

Advanced Analytics

Enhanced BMS

Overcome the complexity of capturing, interpreting and adjusting the building environment using a smart building management system (BMS). Analyse building usage with smart sensors to improve space allocations and people movement, optimise lighting and HVAC systems, and enhance occupier wellness.

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Home Automation

Provide easy control as well as mobile and hands free access to all home IoT devices and services through a centrally managed server which learns and adjusts to suit occupier needs and individual habits.

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Space utilisation

Use a combination of motion sensors, heat mapping, video and audio analysis to capture building usage and people movement data and adjust building configurations, signage and space allocations to optimise usage.

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Video analytics

Boost CCTV video analytics with powerful search and action based capabilities, such as object filtering, heat mapping and motion monitoring to enhance security, people and incidence analysis as well as building usage analysis.

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TECHNOLOGY PARTNER AT

WEMBLEY PARK

Quintain developers partnered with KelTech IoT team to deliver a range of smart building technology solutions in a mixed use site of residential, commercial and retail units at Wembley Park, London.

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