A&IS offers a full suite of solutions for your facilities. From HVAC, lighting controls, and energy management, to monitoring of your critical infrastructure such as power, data center and fire protection systems, we utilize state-of-the-art technology and software, enabling you to manage your facilities more efficiently and cost-effectively.


Building Automation Systems/Building Management Systems are critical to managing your energy demands. They are most commonly used in larger buildings with extensive HVAC, electrical and plumbing systems.

A&IS will customize your BAS/BMS using specific software configured in a hierarchical manner. Designed to provide optimal control over your building’s mechanical and electrical systems, your BAS/BMS will interface seamlessly with other systems, such as:

  • Heating/Ventilation/Air Conditioning
  • Funtional and Emergency Lighting
  • Turnstiles and Access Doors
  • Closed Circut TV (CCTV) and Motion Detectors
  • Fire and Leak Detection Systems
  • Elevators

Benefits of BAS/BMS

  • Coordinated functionality and control of all building systems
  • Connection to internet protocols and open standards, such as SOAP, XML, BACnet, LonWorks, Modbus, SNMP and JCI N2
  • Reduced energy consumption and operating costs
  • Efficient operation of building system
  • Improved occupant comfort
  • Notification of equipment malfunction


An Energy Management System (EMS) goes a step beyond the centralized controlling capabilities of a BAS or BMS to provide metering, submetering and monitoring functions of your facility’s critical systems.

By adding these computer-aided tools into your system, we are able to provide your building and facility manager with the ability to gather valuable data on all of your building’s energy activities – even across multiple locations.

Benefits of EMS

  • Ability to control HVAC and lighting systems to decrease energy consumption during peak demand periods, thereby reducing energy costs
  • Creates a data history of usage peaks to help you forecast future energy consumption
  • Provides critical reporting data on all of your energy systems, allowing you to pinpoint potential savings opportunities
  • Delivers real-time information that enables you to adjust energy allotments per usage demands


Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) utilizes specialized software, hardware and sensors to enable real-time platform management and monitoring of a collection of independent systems, across multiple IT and facility locations.

A&IS will carefully analyze each of your building systems and design a fully integrated, customized DCIM solution. With DCIM in place, you will be able to access detailed metrics of your data center, such as asset management, power consumption and air flow.

Benefits of DCIM

  • Identifies and eliminates sources of risk to critical IT systems
  • Reduces redundancies by pinpointing interdependencies between facility and IT infrastructures
  • Provides dynamic, holistic benchmarks on power consumption to measure “green IT” initiatives, such as Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) and Data Center Infrastructure Efficiency (DCiE)
  • Quantifies the impact of planned future changes on cooling resilience, capacity and efficiency


A Critical Facility Monitoring System (CFMS) ensures successful continuous operations throughout your facilities utilizing a unified command center.

Whether you are building a new system, making alterations to an existing system, or simply seeking monitoring capabilities for your current system, A&IS can design and install a comprehensive Critical Facility Monitoring System that best leverages your existing infrastructure while meeting the specific requirements of your varied operating systems.

Best of all, you’ll have the ability to oversee all systems remotely – even if you have multiple facilities.

Benefits of CFMS

  • Provides control over your entire portfolio of system operations via one central command center
  • Automatically alerts you of any system irregularity via email, page and/or text
  • Allows you to prevent system shutdowns by addressing problems as they occur