The Integrated Building Management System (IBMS) developed by Radius Synergies is the ideal solution to manage multiple functions in a housing society or a commercial establishment. The powerful sensors installed on IBMS ensure that various functions in a high-rise building are carried out in the most efficient manner and without the wastage of energy or any other vital resource.


A high-rise society comprises many subsystems that work simultaneously to keep it running. However, running simultaneously does not, necessarily, mean running efficiently. The subsystems need to work in silos for maximum output. To ensure efficiency, there is a need for a smart system that can not only manage the society functions but also operate all the subsystems at their optimum level. Also, saving energy is always the priority and solutions that save energy while making sure optimum utilisation of resources are the need of the hour.

Radius Synergies’ state-of-art Integrated Building Management System (IBMS), based on Internet of Things (IoT), is one such solution. IBMS not only saves energy, it also utilises the available resources in the most efficient manner.

  • IBMS, as a smart system, communicates and coordinates with every subsystem, and balances the use of energy for optimal results.
  • As soon as the water tanks are full, the water valves are closed and the motor is switched off using sensors on the system.
  • It controls and manages diesel generators by smart sensors that can be operated remotely without any physical interference.

There are many subsystems in a society, like electric metering, water management, DG management and street-lighting that work as separate units to manage their respective workload. IBMS, as a smart system, communicates and coordinates with every subsystem, and balances the use of energy for optimal results.

IBMS also prevents wastage of energy. This IoT-based smart system tracks all subsystems and cuts off the power supply as soon as their tasks are completed. For example, in water management system, as soon as the water tanks are full, the water valves are closed and the motor is switched off using sensors on the system. This saves both, water as well as energy.

While managing streetlights, LUX-based sensors of IBMS monitor these as per sunrise and sunset, automatically. Similarly, IBMS solution automates decision-making for all facilities. It controls and manages diesel generators by smart sensors that can be operated remotely without any physical interference helping save energy, and also energy theft.

Overall, the Integrated Building Management System developed by Radius enables housing societies, offices and commercial establishments to become smart and automate functions that usually require human guidance.