Monitor the state of your buildings with
Paessler Building Monitor
Modern buildings are highly digitalized. Availability of building data is at the core of this digitalization.
Building state monitoring can make real estate more profitable for stakeholders and more livable for residents.
Paessler Building Monitor keeps monitoring simple, while ensuring performance, clarity, and ease of use.
No programming skills required:
From analog on-site data determination
to automated remote monitoring
Digitalization in buildings
Instead of relying on manual on-site data collection, sensors can measure the state of buildings 24/7. Monitoring translates this data into actionable knowledge. Paessler AG has come up with a tailor-made solution for building state monitoring, covering the needs of modern, competitive asset management.
Unexpected damage (for example due to gas leak, water leckage, legionella, mold and improper indoor climate) results in costs and various burdens. Early digital detection of anomalies can prevent major harm, also reflecting the importance of maintenance. Moreover, if resource consumption is recorded consistently, it can be minimized, reducing operating costs and meeting ever increasing government requirements, such as the EED (Energy Efficiency Directive).
Cover various use cases
The collected building data supports real estate asset managers (and other stakeholders) in damage
prevention, in realizing cost and resource savings, in optimizing consumption, and more.
Optimize operational building and asset management based on data – available 24/7 and long-distance:
Leakages, smoldering fires, and mold can be detected earlier and cause far lower follow-up costs or loss of revenue. Among other things, this enables insurance premiums to be reduced and property assets to be preserved.
It is always better to act before any damage occurs. Maintenance enables a more accurate assessment of future requirements and various associated costs. Surprising, non-calculated damages and costs can be largely avoided.
Smart metering not only allows meter readings to be taken quickly and with no need for scheduled appointments, but enables planning on how to reduce energy consumption. This saves money and helps protect the environment.
This is how Paessler Building Monitor works
Anything that needs to be monitored must be measured, and measurements require instrumentation.
Connect IoT devices to our solution with an easy-to-use wizard. Predefined use case templates give you real
added value in practical application and provide powerful insights. You can build upon preconfigured thresholds
to set alerts and notifications to always know the current state of your buildings and secure the value of your assets.
Furthermore, if needed, it’s easy to export data for further processing. No programming skills required!
Our key features
Paessler Building Monitor is based on a SaaS software system,
which is fully managed and operated by Paessler, including the following functions:
- Installment within a day
- Setup without programming skills
- Large catalog of supported devices
- LPWAN (LoRaWAN, Sigfox, and others)
- Network server
- Flexible and vendor agnostic functionality
- Common use-cases as templates
- Relevant threshold recommendations
- Custom use-cases can be added easily
- Threshold-based alerting
- Get notified via email, SMS, and more
- Notifications that matter – no alert noise
- Export data to third party systems
- Custom time frames for reports
- Evaluation of building status data
Paessler Building Monitor offers simple yet highly informative overviews of all relevant use cases in action. You can profit from specific widgets and always know if everything’s going according to plan. If it does not, intelligent error warnings will show you the problem at first glance.
It only takes a few clicks to add actionable insights to Paessler Building Monitor. You can rely on pre-configured templates for all relevant building use cases, insight templates including default thresholds, and device templates with a clear and helpful custom visualization.