VISTA is a multi award winning room booking integration software-as-a-service form BGES Group
VISTA has been designed with end users in mind.
Building and energy management professionals can take advantage of its user-friendly front end and real-time information – thereby saving your staff time, and helping identify issues quickly. Senior management and finance officers will quickly see the benefits of energy savings and typical ROI in less than 2 years.
The Benefits of VISTA
Total energy saving of up to 20% per year.
Typical ROI in less than 2 years.
Energy savings per site, over a time period – presented in easy-to-view graphs.
Prolonged Life Of Plant
Equipment is only turned on when needed, prolonging its life and increasing sustainability – and reducing maintenance visits.
User-Friendly Front End And Real-Time Information
Available for use on all operating formats and on smart devices, saves staff time, and helps identify issues quickly.
Optimum Building Conditions
HVAC in each zone is perfectly optimised for customer or user comfort.
Integration With Occupancy
Ideally suited to integrate with historically stand-alone systems.
Check out the VISTA eBook for real time energy optimisation
Energy use. The full picture
Vue Entertainment is relying on VISTA at 85 of its cinemas in the UK and Ireland.
The brief was to reduce energy use and maintenance costs, without compromising on customer experience. Ensuring that HVAC is running at optimum levels in each theatre is crucial for customer comfort – a theatre that is too cold, too hot or too stuffy can be bad for the brand and result in energy waste.
VISTA seamlessly integrates with HVAC plant, ticket booking system and the real-time projector. It adjusts heating and ventilation in response to auditorium occupancy levels: a first in the cinema sector.
Conditions are fully optimised for the customer’s wellbeing, and Vue is saving 61% a year on energy. This also saves an additional £400k per year on call-out avoidance, thanks to our class-leading remote monitoring.
VUE Cinema Case Study