How to best combine guest comfort and environmental issues?
Energy-saving concepts must match desired guest comfort as well as internal workflows. A significant proportion of the energy consumed by hotels is in guest rooms, so putting measures and systems in place to encourage a more responsible behavior amongst guests as well as staff, and to control energy use centrally are essential to an effective hospitality sustainability strategy – All without affecting guest comfort and service levels.
Our building automation and control system automatically controls energy consumption while retaining the flexibility and individuality required for hotel workflows.
Our system is able to distinguish between an empty and an occupied room. During temporary non-occupancy, pre-comfort is set automatically. When a guest checks out or if a room is not used due to seasonal or annual closings, or during renovation, the system changes the room temperature setting to “protection mode”. The periods between the various operating modes can be set freely depending on heating or cooling outputs.
Our card holder in the room helps control power consumption as needed. If a room is not occupied, lighting and other electronically controlled equipment (except emergency lighting) are switched off automatically