Systems Engineering - Intelligent Building Management System


Technology & Standards

When it comes to Technology and Standards, CNA has very wide range of expertise in multiple technology platforms and various standards of the industry. Our core strength lies in the spectrum of domain knowledge and experience that our Programmers, Design Engineers, Project Managers and Quality control experts have acquired collectively in the field of Intelligent Building Managments solutions (IBMS) . We have subject matter experts on all major platforms and a number of commericial segments such as Airports, Skyscrapers, Retails malls and Campuses where Automation solutions are critical components. We have expertise on the following systems and standards:

  • Expertise in various DCS, HMI/SCADA
  • Control panel Engineering
  • Integration to Multiple Sub-systems that supports BACnet, MODBUS, OPC, LONWorks, etc
  • Programming standards

DCS System Service offerings:

  • System Architecture Design and Hardware Engineering
  • Control Panel Engineering.
  • Functional Design (FDS) and Detail Design Documentation (DDS) preparation.
  • DCS Programming
  • Fail Safe Programming and Cause & Effect Matrix Designing for Safety Systems.
  • Interface to third party systems like CMMS, Energy Management, Drives, various Field Instruments and various building sub-systems. .
  • Code migration.
  • Turn Key Projects; Design, Development and support in Start-up Commissioning.
  • Integration Testing.

Expertise in

  • Tridium: EasyIO
  • Tridium: JACE6
  • AAM: GPC4


HMI / SCADA Programming Services

Over the years CNA has aquired and developed mutiple Grahical libraries that are end-user friendly and intutive. CNA strongly believes that, the advantage of an optimally designed system cannot be made to best usage unless the User interface facilitates. The GUI guideline advocates easy maneuverability and navigability, apart from aesthetics covering the right choice of the coloring / shading schemes and graphics.  One of the key factors which is kept in mind by the GUI designers is that the user should not get mystified by the screens; to facilitate this, the developed screens undergo reviews by different groups. Extensive drop down / prompted help facilities are some of the key element in GUI guidelines
We have on the Anvil a UI which will allow the User to see the Actual Picture of the site and zoom in gradually on any particular area of interest

Expertise in

  • Schneider: Citect
  • Tridium: Niagara
  • AAM: Aspect FT