Compliant Control Technology – for ideal environmental conditions in life science buildings

Life science buildings have strictly regulated environments that rely on comprehensive monitoring and precise control of all environmental parameters. With Compliant Control Technology (CCT), Siemens offers intelligent building automation that meets the high technical requirements and particularly the strict regulatory requirements of the life science industry. At the same time, CCT helps you increase the energy efficiency of your buildings and reduce operating costs.

CCT efficiently controls and monitors all parameters in life science buildings that can influence the quality of processes and products ‒ such as room differential pressures, room temperature and humidity. Thus, you can ensure optimal room climate at any time. The process-critical and quality-relevant parameters are also reliably archived and available for fast reporting over the entire life cycle of your products. Besides comprehensive security measures, additional backups and audit trails further increase the security of your sensitive data.

Intelligent building automation with CCT – so you can meet the strict requirements of the life science industry and increase the energy efficiency of your building at the same time.
CCT monitors, controls and archives critical parameters in life science buildings.

A modular system for flexible building automation

With CCT, you stay flexible for the future. The modular system offers everything you need for reliable and efficient building automation in life science buildings:

  • User-friendly management station ‒ for central control, monitoring, evaluation and optimization of all integrated systems and processes

  • Broad portfolio of freely programmable automation stations ‒ increases flexibility and allows local control, switching, operation and monitoring of primary plants

  • Flexible room automation ‒ to link all disciplines from room controllers, sensors and room operator units in a room to one comprehensive unit

  • Tested applications – lower the energy consumption, e.g. TX2 for room climate control, Air Control Technology for air volume flow control and TABS-Control for concrete core control

  • Based on Desigo – CCT uses the full advantages of the industry-proven building management system and provides a high level of flexibility and scalability to adapt your system to your individual needs

With CCT, you stay flexible and protect your investment for the long term.
CCT – a comprehensive portfolio for flexible and future-proof building automation

Furthermore, CCT offers open, standardized communication interfaces. Because all systems communicate with each other, you can easily integrate fire protection systems, access control or video surveillance into your building automation system CCT. You thus increase safety and security because your security personnel have all important events at a glance anytime and can better coordinate reactions in case of an emergency. In addition, CCT can be expanded or adapted to changes in room usage at any time. This means a high level of flexibility and long-term investment protection. Moreover, you can separate critical from non-critical areas. Since you only need to validate the GxP-critical areas in your life science building, you benefit from reduced validation effort and costs.

Application range of building automation in life science buildings

CCT is the perfect choice for all life science buildings, from simple to complex. The building automation system is ideal for a wide range of application areas in GxP-relevant and non-relevant areas:

  • Offices

  • Chemistry rooms

  • Clean rooms

  • Laboratories

  • Operating rooms

  • Patient rooms

  • Production rooms

  • Warehouses

  • Fume hoods

CCT – your benefits

  • Meeting regulatory requirements ‒ the building automation system is specially tailored to requirements in life science buildings

  • Scalable system – for flexible and energy-efficient building automation and long-term investment protection

  • Comprehensive portfolio – from the management station to calibrated sensors

  • Open communication standards – the ability to integrate other safety- and security-relevant systems

  • Reduced validation costs – due to separation of GxP-relevant and non-relevant areas