Brunata lansira digitalno platformo in popolnoma novo mobilno aplikacijo



Brunato Online uporabljajo upravniki za pregled porabe energije in stroškov v stanovanjskih stavbah. Hkrati je platforma pomemben vir informacij o, na primer, večjih odstopanjih v porabi energije, ki lahko zahtevajo hitro posredovanje, da se izognemo nepotrebno visokim stroškom.

Zdaj je platforma na voljo tudi v različici za stanovalce stavb. Z Brunata Online za stanovalce ima vsak stanovalec možnost, da iz dneva v dan spremlja svojo porabo toplote, vode, elektrike in plina, porabo pa je mogoče natančneje spremljati za vsak števec oziroma delilnik v vsaki sobi. Stanovalec lahko med drugim primerja porabo s preteklimi obdobji in vidi, ali so prisotna večja odstopanja, kar bistveno olajša prilagajanje porabe in s tem prihranek pri računih za energijo.

Nova mobilna aplikacija to še olajša

Hkrati bo zaživela povsem nova aplikacija za stanovalce, ki bo posameznim stanovalcem še olajšala preverjanje njihove porabe. Vsi razpoložljivi podatki v aplikaciji so predstavljeni na preprost in jasen način. Stanovalci lahko primerjajo svojo porabo s prejšnjimi obdobji, nastavijo alarme za nihanja porabe in prejmejo nasvete za varčevanje z energijo.

Aplikacijo lahko prenesete iz App Store ali Google Play (če se je objekt prijavljen na storitev).

Dobra novica tudi za upravnike

Dobra novica je tudi za upravnike. Z uvedbo posodobljene različice Brunata Online bodo upravniki našli tudi nove načine za optimizacijo svojega dela.

Nova generacija sistema je bila preoblikovana s preprostejšim vmesnikom, zaradi česar je še lažje priti do informacij, ki jih potrebujete. Podatki se hitro berejo, navigacija je intuitivna, inteligentne funkcije se dodajajo ves čas. Kot novost bo mogoče nove uporabnike in stanovalce povabiti po elektronski pošti.

Skratka, tako stanovalci kot upravniki dobijo boljši pregled, kar lahko prihrani čas pri administrativnih opravilih in denar pri računih za energijo.

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Brunata.One: The gateway to a networked world



The new Brunata.One platform of the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group bundles in excess of 70 Smart Building, Smart City and Smart Mobility solutions for a variety of target groups.

August 2021 – How can buildings, industrial plants, districts and municipalities be managed in a state-of-the-art manner? Through IoT networking and control using cloud solutions. The Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group has now unveiled an appropriate platform for this purpose. Brunata.One pools more than 70 solutions in the areas of Smart Building, Smart City and Smart Mobility. The platform is the gateway to the entire product and service world of the consortium and, similar to a kit, allows customers who include energy companies and municipal authorities to select and combine a variety of services. This creates innovative end-to-end solutions that, in addition to making buildings and municipalities more energy efficient, also ensure they are safer, more sustainable and healthier. Brunata.One is a joint project involving Brunata, Minol and ZENNER, three enterprises steeped in tradition, and its innovative start-ups and spin-offs from the IoT and energy sector. “This close cooperation gives us a 360 degree view of current challenges in real estate, district and urban management. Our companies bundle their know-how to digitise relevant processes and simplify the work of numerous market players”, explains Alexander Lehmann, CEO of the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group.

Four target groups, a single platform

The complete solution portfolio encompasses four areas:

Brunata.One City provides digital infrastructures for public utilities, municipalities, towns and cities. A broad spectrum of solutions is enabled through the use of holistic IoT solutions and intelligent measurement and cutting-edge communication technology. The portfolio ranges from multiple meter reading, e-mobility and sharing to intelligent street lighting.

Brunata.One Living encompasses services, platforms, apps and both measurement and IoT services for digital administration of real estate. In short, Brunata.One Living makes life smarter, safer and more sustainable. In addition to saving a lot of time for owners, lessors and administrators, this is also more convenient for the occupants of homes.

Brunata.One Industry is a digital kit incorporating IoT business intelligence and mobility solutions for industrial, commercial and logistical applications. Brunata.One Industry offers tailored applications ranging from vehicle fleet analysis and the smart construction site to LoRaWAN network operation.

Brunata.One Community provides a mutual exchange forum, with universities, research institutes and IoT professionals meeting like-minded parties here with whom they can develop and implement their own applications. Any IoT newcomers who wish to delve into this area are also more than welcome to join in.

Service in kit form

Brunata.One functions on the basis of a modular principle. All solutions in the portfolio, ranging from Minol Connect Insights value-added services relating to all aspects of real estate and the charging infrastructure for e-vehicles to smart waste disposal, can be combined easily with each other. Platform users can draw inspiration from the broad range of services and put together the exact solutions required for their applications. A modern, uncluttered design and coloured markings further facilitate searching. In addition, registered users can log into My Brunata.One and access all booked platforms from here. Moreover, Brunata.One also provides a broad selection of interfaces and is perfectly compatible with other systems. This means that solutions can also be combined with items offered by other providers.

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About the Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group
The Group is a family-run consortium providing measurement technology, billing services and IoT, e-mobility and sharing solutions for global markets. With subsidiaries and distribution partners operating locally in over 100 countries, it employs more than 4,200 personnel around the globe. The takeover of Brunata International in Copenhagen in the summer of 2018 saw it establish itself as the third-largest provider of submetering solutions in the world. Minol is a leading global service provider for the real estate industry. Its headquarters are in Leinfelden-Echterdingen, and 20 subsidiaries secure its operations all over Germany. The company provides support in the real estate industry during digitisation of its processes and the implementation of future scenarios such as Smart Home, Smart Care and Smart City. With its headquarters in Saarbrücken, ZENNER develops, manufactures and distributes measurement technology and system solutions based on Internet of things (IoT) technologies. IoT services range from project development and measurement data acquisition and processing to applications at end user facilities. The Brunata-Minol-ZENNER Group strengthens its position as a digital pioneer through the creation of spin-offs or integration of specialised companies, including in the areas of business intelligence, cloud computing, the Internet of things (IoT) and e-mobility.

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Brunata a/s
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The Voice of IoT 2020



IoT plays a significant role when it comes to the use of technology for living smarter. By connecting to the internet, many devices that are part of our everyday life can be monitored and remotely controlled by individual users to obtain an immediate benefit eg. in-house climate conditions, lighting, music control and so on). However, when IoT is used by a municipality, an authority or a large public or private company, the benefits can be experienced by many users and families at the same time.

Regional Commercial Manager
Brunata Italy


“Smart City” is a definition used to name a place where technologies are implemented for the sake of improving the city’s operations, processes or resources for the benefit of its inhabitants.

Consider for example a neighborhood with LoRaWAN® network coverage, a communication protocol that uses an unlicensed frequency band in which the data of hundreds of thousands of sensors and devices can be transmitted. In this scenario, the data from all the meters in a building (water, heat and energy meters) can travel on the same freeway (the LoRaWAN® network) together with data coming from hundreds of thousands of other sensors, thus making a city smart. For example, sensors reporting environmental conditions (such as door opening, temperature, humidity, CO2 levels …), trackers for elderly people or pets, sensors that check the status of car parking places, or on garbage bins to allow for smart waste management by the municipality and so on.

When connected to the Internet, these devices become part of the Internet of Things (“IoT”).

But very often there lies some confusion between “smart home” and “smart building”. The two concepts can be linked but it doesn’t mean they are communicating with each other. Usually, these are two different levels of intelligence applied in different ways to their own focused group of sensors or equipment. Allow me to explain further.

A smart home is better defined as an individual apartment or house where home automation, or domotics, has been implemented: it usually means smart devices installed inside a private home for controlling security, lighting, climate, entertainment systems and appliances in general. These technologies are used to help improve well-being as well as to increase safety of the household.

This home automation makes existing equipment and systems smarter, enabling them to perform functions that are partially autonomous or at the very least configurable by the user.

In the early days of smart homes, the intelligence was wired and distributed, but not connected to itself or other equipment in the home. Each manufacturer used their own proprietary language, hence equipment from different brands did not talk to each other. Today intelligence is wireless and comes in many different flavors. However, even today, interoperability between equipment isn’t fully in place (yet): Users must still access several different apps or interfaces in order to monitor and control all of their devices. Think Philips Hue meets Bosch Indigo meets Nest.

At a different and higher level though, there are smart buildings.

What does smart building mean? Generally, it means being able to manage all the technological systems associated with a building (such as heating & cooling systems (HVAC), water, energy, security system, etc.) in an integrated manner for all the environments that the building contains (apartments, offices and shops).

Furthermore, buildings are the basic component of neighborhoods and cities. Therefore, having smart buildings that are integrated and exchanging data means having an extensive and widespread network where virtually everything can be connected to the internet and thus be monitored and controlled. In this fashion smart buildings help to reduce energy consumption, improve safety and increase the quality of life of a wide group of people. So, as you now see, smart homes and smart buildings are two very complimentary layers of IoT.

IoT delivers tangible benefits to private homes and residential buildings as equally as it does to office and commercial buildings. When integrated into smart homes and smart buildings, smart devices, equipment and systems, improve well-being, security, efficiency and performance. All of which helps individuals, families, communities, authorities and public and private companies become more efficient, optimize precious resources and reduce waste, creating greater sustainability for everyone.

Whether smart homes or smart buildings, in the end the outcome is positive.



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