An integral element of a technology-based facility is its information technology infrastructure. Increasingly, facilities rely on a variety of low technology systems both to carry out their daily operations and to satisfy their overall mission.
The success of low voltage technology systems requires a comprehensive "systems" design approach in order to produce a highly scaleable and flexible infrastructure. We treat technology as a utility: each building and campus-wide low voltage system can be thought of as an application that rides on top of an information technology backbone.
Smith Miller has developed the specialized expertise to analyze, plan, and design the backbone infrastructure and spaces which connect the various systems used in a technology based facility.
Energy Management Systems (EMS)
Direct Digital Controls (DDC)
Local & Wide Area Data Networks (LAN)& (WAN)
Premises Cabling Cat 5e
Fire Detection & Signaling
Security, Card Access, CCTV, Intrution, Video Surveillance
Communication Systems; Public Address, Intercom, Paging