PT. SMI have a Mechanical and Electrical Department. It earned this solid reputation through a multitude of projects in various sectors, spanning from hotels, resorts and offices to residential, industrial, education, health, environmental, power, transport, institutional and retail sectors.
The Contracting Division covers design, procurement, installation, testing and commissioning in compliance with strict project requirements and deadlines for residential spaces as well as office buildings, production plants, commercial and public facilities; providing a one-stop solution to clients by simultaneously managing all their building systems needs whether electrical engineering, air conditioning, ventilation, plumbing, fire protection, communication and security systems.
SMI performs electrical installation activities of any complexity, using the latest technology. Our electrical department performs work efficiently, on time, in accordance with requirements of working drawings, regulatory documents, and customer specification. SMI guarantees the quality of the performed work of any complexity, using the equipment and accessories of leading world and domestic manufacturers.
Electrical work consists in the assembly, installation and laying of electrical equipment, systems or individual elements. The electrical installation work has been carried out by our specialists for many years at a consistently high level.
Industrial installation of electrical equipment consists in the installation of cable structures, switchboards, explosive electrical equipment, installation of lighting and power networks, lamps, dividers. The final stage is the commissioning of electric power equipment and its commissioning.
Installation of electrical networks includes the installation of power distribution networks, lighting networks, lighting equipment, assembly and adjustment of electrical panels, all types of switchboard equipment, installation and grounding of the circuit, installation of overhead power line cables during the construction of power transmission lines, commissioning and commissioning of the facility.One of the most important and crucial stages in the installation of external engineering grids is the activities for their installation, testing and commissioning.
The lifetime of engineering systems depends on the quality of these works. Predominantly, the installation of external grids is a complex of earthworks for the installation of trenches for cables and pipelines underground. These activities must be coordinated with municipal authorities; therefore, the installation requirements are determined at the stage of design.
The cost of work is calculated after approval on design solutions when drawing up an estimate.The process of laying internal engineering grids is also determined at the stage of developing project documentation for a specific object and is subject to approval. It is best to lay electrical power grids during the construction phase of the facility, after the roof and walls have been built.
Our employees are constantly improving their skills. Among our portfolio we have implemented are a large number of projects mounted and built by our team in different years and in different regions In Indonesia. Therefore, if you are interested in the electrical installation activities, please, contact PT. Sinergy Mediatek Informasi
SMI company carries out the whole range of design and installation of indoor and outdoor lighting systems. At the moment we offer the installation of indoor lighting systems for buildings and structures, illumination of house facades, design and installation of outdoor and industrial lighting systems for construction sites, industrial, trade and logistics facilities.
The company employs professional electricians and installers with experience in performing such work.
The main stages of the installation of lighting systems can include the following types of work:
Installation of poles for outdoor lighting
Laying of cables and installation of reinforcement structures
Installation of ground and suspended lighting elements
Connection to control system
Commissioning the system
The process of installing lighting systems usually begins with the supply of power cables to the poles (overhead or underground). This is followed by the installation of the lighting control system, installation and connection of luminaires and the performance of grounding works. At the next stage, if necessary, digging of trenches is performed for laying the cable. After that, electrical cables are laid and connected, and the trenches are filled up after the necessary controls and measurements have been completed. Lighting equipment is selected based on the specified power parameters, external design, functionality and automation criteria. For the installation of external lighting systems, luminaire structures protected from moisture and mechanical damage are used. At the stage of putting the lighting system into operation, all breakdowns and damage that occurred during the installation of lighting equipment are identified and eliminated.Our specialists will carry out the installation of all types of lighting systems (working, duty, security, emergency).
Work lighting is the main type of lighting and is provided for all areas of buildings (open spaces intended for work, people and traffic). Emergency lighting is used to illuminate premises outside of working hours (for example, to illuminate the security post and corridors). Security lighting is provided along the boundaries of protected areas. The required level of illumination is determined by the type of security equipment used (video cameras). Emergency lighting is divided into evacuation and backup lighting. SMI employees will quickly and efficiently perform all the necessary work to create a lighting system. We undertake the whole range of turnkey works, starting with the design of such systems and ending with their commissioning with subsequent service.
Design of heating, ventilation and air conditioning systemsThe implementation of all engineering systems necessarily provides for a preliminary selection of a technical solution and subsequent design. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems are no exception and require highly qualified designers.
The future energy consumption of the facility depends on the quality of the designed systems. That is why heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems need an integrated and competent approach when selecting a technical solution at each facility.The implementation of any engineering systems begins with a deep analysis of the object.
This is necessary in order to offer and apply the highest quality and balanced solutions. Correctly designed and installed heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems will provide comfortable conditions for employees in the workplace, a healthy microclimate and high labor productivity.Our engineers continually seek innovative solutions to provide the appropriate level of environmental control while at the same time optimizing human safety, minimizing energy consumption, and ensuring a safe and controlled environment. Our primary goals for sustainability and longevity of the building systems are minimizing energy consumption, maximizing the ease of service and maintenance, and to simplify operations.
Heating, Ventilating, and Air-Conditioning Systems (HVAC)
HVAC Control/Building Automation Systems
Central Heating and Cooling Plants
Laboratory and Cleanroom Ventilation Systems
Ventilation and Process Exhaust Systems
Energy Recovery Systems
Process Dehumidification Systems
The specialists of the SMI company have the necessary qualifications and experience, which allow us to design climate systems at the level of the most modern standards and requirements in this area. We ensure the maximum efficiency of the proposed technical solutions.
performs an assessment of the existing engineering systems of the facility in order to identify possible defects, problems and inconsistencies. An audit of engineering systems is carried out to prepare work to bring systems to a state that meets the requirements of regulatory documents, operational safety, as well as, if necessary, development or modernization
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Security systems like Access Control, Physical Security Systems, CCTV etc. needs to be complied and fulfilled as per operator brand’s loss prevention requirements
Lighting control systems with dimming and or mood lighting features enhances aesthetic experience of architectural and interior elements. Lighting management system allows the operations team to have easy controls and efficient man-hour utilisation
Guest room management system with simple switching logics improves the user experience. Generally, there will be an operator brand standard for this
Audio-Video system is the key element in the property, especially in Ball Rooms and Meeting Rooms. Utmost care is warranted while design and selection of AV Systems and Back-Ground Music (BGM) systems, to have high quality audio-video experience to guests
Implementation of Energy and Water Monitoring systems ensure optimum utilization of resources and data analysis
Selection of state-of-the-art technologies for capital equipment like Chillers, Transformers, Pumping Systems, Air-Handlers, Motors, Light Fixtures, Low flow CP fixtures, Hot Water Systems etc. optimizes energy and water consumption, improves energy efficiency and reduces carbon footprint. Savings in operational cost enhances the profitability of the property thereby brings down the break-even period
Installation of BMS (Building Monitoring System) to Minimize Potential Error and have notification for any acident
Healthcare is transforming. Scientific advances in care, patient feedback and efforts to control costs are shaping the new face of wellness. Care is becoming more efficient with technology support via electronic medical records, smart medical equipment and telemedicine. Services are now available in nontraditional but convenient spaces like malls and workplaces.Accommodating these changes requires thoughtful mechanical, electrical and plumbing (MEP) designs. Supporting medical technology with networks, reliable wi-fi and power can be complex. And specialized areas like surgical suites and burn units have their own unique concerns and requirements.
The interaction between MEP and IT work has occurred since the implementation of BMS in many projects. Some of the components that often interact because of the development of IT for MEP work can be seen from the technology used such as: Smart Lightining System, Smart HVAC System, IP CCTV, IP Fire Alarm, Access System etc. The slice that occurs between IT and MEP is getting tighter and it requires experts who can carry out activities in the two related fields.
PT. SMI as an IT company as well as an MEP contractor sees this and has developed its capabilities to meet the growing demands of the Market.
A smart home refers to a convenient home setup where appliances and devices can be automatically controlled remotely from anywhere with an internet connection using a mobile or other networked device.
Devices in a smart home are interconnected through the internet, allowing the user to control functions such as security access to the home, temperature, lighting, and a home theater remotely.
A smart home’s devices are connected with each other and can be accessed through one central point—a smartphone, tablet, laptop, or game console. Door locks, televisions, thermostats, home monitors, cameras, lights, and even appliances such as the refrigerator can be controlled through one home automation system. The system is installed on a mobile or other networked device, and the user can create time schedules for certain changes to take effect.
Smart home appliances come with self-learning skills so they can learn the homeowner’s schedules and make adjustments as needed. Smart homes enabled with lighting control allow homeowners to reduce electricity use and benefit from energy-related cost savings. Some home automation systems alert the homeowner if any motion is detected in the home when they're away, while others can call the authorities—police or the fire department—in case of imminent situations. Once connected, services such as a smart doorbell, smart security system, and smart appliances are all part of the internet of things (IoT) technology, a network of physical objects that can gather and share electronic information.
Security and efficiency are the main reasons behind the increase in smart home technology use.Smart homes can feature either wireless or hardwired systems—or both. Wireless systems are easier to install. Putting in a wireless home automation system with features such as smart lighting, climate control, and security can cost several thousand dollars, making it very cost-friendly. Hardwired systems, on the other hand, are considered more reliable and are typically more difficult to hack. A hardwired system can increase the resale value of a home. But there is a drawback—it's fairly expensive. Installing a luxury and hardwired smart system can cost homeowners tens of thousands of dollars.
The global home automation market was valued at about $24 billion in 2016. That figure is expected to grow as more people begin to adopt smart home technology to the tune of about $53.5 billion by 2022. Video entertainment is expected to be the largest component of smart home technology, followed by home security and monitoring services. Smart speaker technology has already successfully penetrated the U.S. market, where roughly 31% of households use a device like the Amazon Echo or Google Nest.