The automated system for monitoring the housing and utilities sector is aimed at controlling the condition and operation of housing and utilities facilities and maintaining documentation in an automated mode. It is extremely important for the housing and utilities sector to monitor different areas of its activities. This is necessary for creating comfortable living conditions for the population as well as in order to timely detect errors and failures in the work. The use of GPS tracking offers the opportunity to optimize the work process to the benefit of the company and provide a favorable life for the people served by a particular housing and communal services.

Why do you need housing and utilities monitoring?
A responsible approach to work will save the company from a number of problems that can happen. Monitoring of housing and communal services will provide reliable control of housing facilities in Moscow. With the help of GSM-format mobile communication it became possible to create automated GLONASS monitoring systems. They allow transmitting reliable information from monitored objects to dispatching systems.

Monitoring of utility systems minimizes the risk of emergency situations:

  • flooding in buildings basements and technical rooms;
  • Unauthorized entry of unauthorized persons to the attic or basement;
  • fire safety.

The GIS system makes it possible to monitor the operation of utility systems in a timely manner and remotely control the executive devices if a critical situation arises.

Main features and functions:
  • Compatible with existing water, gas, electricity, heat meters, sensors and other equipment;
  • In most cases, the user does not need to change their meters or install any special ones;
  • Easily scalable from a single apartment to an apartment building or an entire apartment complex;
  • There is no need to automate the whole house at once, the tenants can install the system for personal use by themselves;
  • For data transfer, the MARS: CASA object station uses any available Wi-Fi network (home, building, etc.). This means that it is not necessary to lay
  • extra wires or install additional equipment for switching and transmission.
Mars System Server: Monitoring:
  • Representation of objects in an embedded geographic information system;
  • Storing information about the generation or consumption of resources;
  • Visualization of generation and resource consumption data;
  • Easily scalable from a single apartment building to an entire city;
  • Provision of integration by API software interface for interfacing with third-party platforms such as SAFE CITY APC or Accounting in housing management companies, HOA and HCC.
All-weather vandal-resistant metal cabinet MFB with microprocessor module:
  • Performs collection of water, electricity, heat and gas meter readings from generation or consumption facilities (apartment buildings);
  • Analyzes water flow to identify hidden leaks in the closed hydraulic system of the city or apartment building and other events recorded by the system;
  • Monitors leak sensors at generation facilities or apartment building basements;
  • Provides monitoring of communal infrastructure and fixes incidents caused by failures in the housing and communal services, including control of boilers, performs control of heating network pumps, unauthorized opening of doors, lack of power supply, controls the parameters of the heating medium;
  • Performs control of the street temperature;
  • Performs monitoring of the temperature on the floors in the entrance hall, basements, attics of the generation facilities or apartment buildings;
  • Monitors possible gas leaks;
  • Controls street lighting;
  • Protects basement and attic rooms;
  • Has a built-in 2/3/4G modem and uninterruptible power supply;
  • Ability to connect video cameras for eventual photofixation of accidents or break-ins;
  • Ability to control the operation of elevator equipment;
  • Ability to connect a weather station and other necessary sensors (optional).
Sensors used:
  • Metering devices for water, heat, electricity;
  • Safety and security sensors;
  • Fire sensors.
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