Ignitechs offers multidisciplinary expertise in providing life safety, security, building automation, audio-visual, and power solutions. Our technical competence spans a range of technology domains, from integration of extra-low voltage (ELV) systems for audio-visual, building automation, life safety, and security solutions, to the design and installation of high voltage (HV), medium voltage (MV), and low voltage (LV) systems for power distribution.
Ignitechs empowers companies to achieve their long-term business goals with customer-centric technology investments.
To be the best customer-centric solutions provider and partner of choice for systems integration in line with long-term business goals.
Emergency situations in a building can arise due to fires, natural disasters, power outages, vandalism and so on. During such crises, building occupants are likely to respond in an unpredictable manner, often resulting in panic and chaos, which impede rescue and evacuation efforts.
The slightest security flaws can present enormous risks to the safety of individuals and disrupt businesses in big ways. Modern security systems are expected to perform multiple roles of monitoring, detecting, alerting, deterring, and preventing intrusion, theft and vandalism. That’s why these systems need to be meticulously designed and integrated in order to guarantee the protection of people, property and information.
A commercial or residential property controlled by a building automation system (BAS) is the epitome of a safe, secure and energy-efficient environment. Having a centralized platform for the monitoring, control and management of mechanical, HVAC, lighting, fire alarm, and security systems not only optimizes the operational performance of a building but also maximizes its energy efficiency and enhances the safety and comfort of its occupants.
Communication is effective only when the message is timely and clear. This applies to all forms of communication whether it is one-to-one; one-to-many, or many-to-many. In today’s fast-paced and technology-driven business environments, speedy and efficient communication tools are valued for their roles in engaging both employees and customers alike. Such interactions and engagements start in boardrooms, meeting rooms, and training rooms through presentations, discussions, and seminars, involving an audience in the same room or in any part of the world.
A Structured Cabling System is a set of cabling and connectivity products that integrates the voice, data, video, and various management systems of a building (such as security alarms, security access, energy systems, etc.). A Structured Cabling System, most simply stated, is based on following a standard methodology (defined by EIA/TIA 568 specifications) while planning and installing network cabling for commercial buildings. The purpose of this standard is to specify a generic telecommunications cabling system that can support a multi-product, multi-vendor environment.
A reliable power distribution system should ensure proper voltage regulation, switching, centralized control, service continuity, flexibility for expansion, and protection of the power system network and equipment as well as the consumers’ terminals. It is crucial that medium-voltage and low-voltage power equipment and circuits in industrial, commercial, and utility installations involving generators, motors, feeder circuits, and transmission and distribution lines deliver power to all devices in a safe, efficient, and cost-effective manner while maximizing the power quality.