Software imagineering for buildings and facilities

When real-time solutions for business continuity, risk mitigation and increased efficiencies are your aim.

Facilities management the easy way for buildings, data centres, facilities, campuses, regional, national and international operations.

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ISMCFM Systems. What are they?

The acronym ISMCFM stands for Integrated Supervisory Monitoring, Control and Facilities Management. This describes building automation, control and facilities management systems that operate smart and green buildings for smart cities. These systems, encompass all the functionality of BMS, SCADA and plan based monitoring and control for all the building systems and services, as well as full Facilities Management functionality. These systems are distributable based on passwords levels and are accessible and usable via a compatible mobile application. The hall mark of these systems is that they are intuitive and easy to interpret, ensuring effective ease of use by all levels of users. The key is that these systems provide proper situational awareness on a real time basis. iBMS Adrenaline and iBMS Mobile are an ISMCFM system.

Our Products

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The real-time automation, control, monitoring and Facilities Management system integrated into one simple operational system.
Systems covered include SCADA, Fire, Security, HVAC, Electrical Demand side power management, process control.


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iBMS Mobile is an extension of the iESCAMS and iBMS Adrenaline system that allows full control and monitoring via this mobile application. Real-time situational awareness at your fingertips


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iESCAMS is the ultimate solution for Fire Departments, Emergency Services and Disaster Management.
The only solution when lives are at stake.

Compatible with iBMS Adrenaline and iBMS Mobile.


The benefits of our key products

Providing you with the best building monitoring, control and facilities management solutions.

Real value for money can only be leveraged by systems that are easy to learn and use (even by non-technical personnel).

In addition they must be real-time systems that impart proper situational awareness to all the users.
These simple tenets are the drivers that increase efficiencies and drive down costs.

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