Automation & iBMS

 Integrated Building Management System (iBMS) is a computer-based automated system installed in buildings that controls and monitors the building’s mechanical and electrical equipment such as ventilation, lighting, power systems, fire systems, and security systems. With the advent of IoT, iBMS is not just a technological concept, but soon taking over businesses and the ways they function. From infrastructure automation, climate control, energy management to building intelligence, PRISM believes in connectivity, accessibility and efficiency.

 We provide Integrated Building Management System solutions for all types of buildings, from hospitals to shopping malls, IT and industrial establishments, corporate buildings, and power stations. Our solutions optimise energy efficiency and comfort in buildings, all the while reducing operating costs. We deliver innovative solutions for greener buildings through our passion for innovation, quality, customer satisfaction, and sustainability.

Turnkey solutions include system architecture detail design and engineering specifications, panel integration, installation commissioning and training support for Industrial & Building automation sector. We provide Domain specific solutions based on DCS, PLC, SCADA, Drives, and MCC. Understanding the automation and control system needs for specific solutions for Oil & Gas, Petro-Chemicals, Chemicals, Pharma and Discrete Industries are aptly offered.

  • Industrial Automation Solutions Remote Monitoring

  • Data Integration

  • Safety Solutions based on HIMA Industrial Automation Engineering Services

  • “Onsite-Offshore” Execution model

  • Energy Saving and Management

A single comprehensive Building Management System for the integration of HVAC, Fire Alarm, Public Address, Access Control, Security, Lighting and other systems. Our solutions bring the benefit of better indoor comfort, energy efficiency, safety and security, and most importantly better management of all systems under the unified platform. Our open solutions provide a sustainable foundation that evolves with your building system's lifecycle, helping you achieve over 30% savings in energy.

The overall system architecture comprises of the following logical layers.

  • Management Layer for system monitoring, controlling, data storage and reporting.

  • Control Layer for intelligence of the systems.

  • Field Layer for sensing, controlling and protecting environmental conditions. 



The Internet of Things (IOT) is transforming the way we work and live. It allows exchange of information and data, and enables 24x7 monitoring and remote control of equipment, systems, buildings and plants. Customised dashboards provide data on different criteria while advanced analytics help to improve efficiency, response, operation, preventive maintenance, etc.

The uses and advantages of IOT are endless. Messung adds the power of IOT to their automation solutions, for effective results.

Internet of Things (IoT) allows exchange of information and data on a cloud via IP enabled objects and devices.

Customized dashboard to users gives data on production, batch, maintenance, efficiency, energy, etc. remotely.

Advance analytics on the data to improve efficiency, response, operation, preventive maintenance, etc.

  • Remotely control & monitor equipment, plants and buildings from the command center.

  • 24/7 monitoring of equipment usage status, energy consumed, HVAC operations etc.

  • Ability to monitor power sources like mains, DG and solar.

  • Monitors the building-wise & floor-wise energy usage.

  • IoT platform other capabilities like maps, KPI reports, consumption reports etc.

  • Add-ons such as alarm escalation, customized dashboards, mobile apps.

  • Timely alerts in the form of SMS and Emails in case of abnormalities/deviations.

  • Predictive maintenance/ analytics possible.

  • Scheduled performance reports.

  • Single console view of multiple sites in different geographic locations.

An energy management system (EMS) is an integrated software system designed to store energy parameters, analyze consumptions, identify areas of wastage, reduce energy consumption, predict electrical system performance and optimize energy usage to reduce cost for electrical loads in a premise. EMS can be used to centrally monitor devices like HVAC units and lighting systems across multiple locations, multiple sites either using central/remote server or over cloud IoT.

  • Integrated Energy Management Software for Smart Meters and Sensors.

  • Innovative cloud based Energy Management Dashboard for monitoring and analyzing energy usage.

  • Web based energy management software option is available for local server also.

  • Easily identify energy and operational performance outliers with comparative analytics and performance dashboards.

  • Various reporting tools help to analyze and compare consumptions and suggest the areas where energy saving efforts are needed.

  • Energy Management Software can send an alert and notify as soon as cost or consumption deviates from the target.

  • Access and visualize electrical parameters for power quality and analysis. These parameters can be visualized through different period of time. They are Kw, Kwh, PF, V, I, f and THD.

  • The historical electrical data can be exported to various file types like pdf and csv.

  • Multilevel user administrator manages organizations, sites, meters, users, functionalities, etc.

  • Complying ISO 50001 energy management standard.

  • Smart meters and sensors can be connected to EMS using different industry standard protocols like Modbus, BACnet, Cloud APIs, etc.

We also provide a complete solution for “Lighting Management System” (LMS) based on advanced technology, service and support from a single source - for Airports, Transportation, Retail, Hospitality and Corporates.

Our solution range consists of web-based reliable software platform with redundancy option, shading control systems, visualisations, energy reporting systems and hardware components like occupancy sensors, photocell sensors, centralised and distributed routers, fixture-integrated sensors. All solutions are based on open standards like KNX, DALI, BACnet, Modbus, SNMP, TCP/IP, etc. as well as the latest IoT technologies like MQTT and OPC UA.