Company profile and references 

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Company profile

Automation technology is once again finding uses in many areas. From buildings to complex energy centres and production industries, a range of very different system and bus protocols are used. J&K Lausser Regeltechnik is one of the leading system integration specialists worldwide who is not bound to specific products and manufacturers. This allows us to put together tailor-made solutions for each client with regard to hardware and software and always based around the aspects of functionality and economy.

References

You can find a selection of LonWorks, Modbus and BACnet reference systems here.

Gerber Areal

Stuttgart

  • Shopping centre and apartments
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 12,000 data points for primary systems and around 1000 data points for individual room controls
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple groups for cost-efficient energy use. Substantial cost savings through universal use of Modbus technology for field devices (sensors, pumps, actuators, etc.)
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet and Modbus)
  • Brand used: Schneider
  • Deployment period: 2013-2014
  • Client: Fa. Lausser

Swiss Life Deutschland

Garching/Munich

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • for optimal and cost-effective operation.
  • Around 3,000 data points for primary systems and around 1000 data points for individual room controls (BKT)
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet)
  • Brand used: Schneider
  • Deployment period: 2013-2014
  • Client: Fa. Lausser

Wallstabe & Schneider- Energy Plant

  • Industrial energy plant
  • Complete regulation/control of the system
  • System integration between all disciplines incl. connection of all data points as a WEB solution
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of the counter for determining energy demand. Control/regulation of 2 boilers and 1 CHP. BacNet IP network bus structure throughout.
  • Brand used: Schneider Electric
  • Brand used: Schneider Electric
  • Client: Fa. Lausser

Audi Zentrum Stuttgart/Feuerbach

Wiesbaden

  • Building with sales area, offices and workshops
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 1100 data points for primary systems and around 200 data points for individual room controls, some with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet)
  • Brand used: Schneider Electric
  • Deployment period: 2013
  • Client: Fa. Lausser

Silvertower

Frankfurt

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 6000 data points for primary systems and around 10,000 data points for individual room controls, some with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control including wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet and LON)
  • Brands used: Wago, Spega, Loytec, Warema, Emation
  • Deployment period: 2011-2012
  • Client: Commerzbank, Frankfurt

Space 20 office building

Darmstadt

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines. Increased demands in the areas of heat generation and refrigeration using heat pumps.
  • for cost-efficient energy use
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet)
  • Brand used: Schneider Electric
  • Deployment period: 2011-2012
  • Client: Ed. Züblin AG, Darmstadt

Museum of the Bavarian Kings

Hohenschwangau

  • Building housing offices, a hotel and a museum
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 1000 data points for primary systems and around 1000
  • data points for individual room controls
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet)
  • Brands used: Wago, Emation
  • Deployment period: 2011-2012
  • Client: Kühn Bauer & Partner, Munich

Feldberg School

Oberursel

  • Building with classrooms
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 500 data points for primary systems and around 1000
  • data points for individual room controls, some with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control, some using wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet and LON)
  • Brand used: Schneider Electric
  • Deployment period: 2011
  • Client: Ed. Züblin AG, Darmstadt

Kö-Blick Düsseldorf

  • Office and apartment building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 2000 data points for system integration across all disciplines
  • Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use.
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet)
  • Brands used: Wago, Emation
  • Deployment period: 2011
  • Client: Alpine Bau Deutschland AG , Cologne

LFK-Lenkflugkörpersysteme GmbH

Schrobenhausen

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 3000 data points for individual room controls, some with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control, some using wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines
  • for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future
  • modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet)
  • Brands used: Wago
  • Deployment period: 2011
  • Client: Voith Industrial Services GmbH, Kirchseeon

Euro City Center West

Mannheim

  • Building housing offices and a hotel
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • for optimal and cost-effective operation.
  • Around 500 data points for primary systems and around 1800 data points
  • for individual room controls (incl. a connection to the hotel reservation system)
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Wireless room control throughout
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines
  • for cost-efficient energy use.
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: Beckhoff, Distech Control
  • Deployment period: 2010
  • Client: bam

Seehotel Überfahrt

Rottach-Egern

  • Building with individual room controls
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 240 luxury rooms
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control including wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of bus structure throughout using LON technology
  • Brands used: TAC
  • Deployment period: 2010
  • Client: Jost und Josefine Hurler, Munich

Sonnenblock

Munich

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 900 data points for primary systems and around 3000 data points for individual room controls with lighting (DALI) and window blind control (using integrated light shadowing and automatic slat tracking)
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Spega, Loytec
  • Deployment period: 2009-2010
  • Client: MEAG

SV Sparkassen Versicherung

Wiesbaden

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 1000 data points for primary systems and around 2000 data points for individual room controls, some with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control including wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (LON)
  • Brands used: TAC
  • Deployment period: 2009-2010
  • Client: SV Sparkassen Versicherung, Wiesbaden

Romeo & Julia

Frankfurt

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 900 data points for primary systems and around 3000 data points
  • for individual room controls with lighting(DALI) and window blind control (using integrated light shadowing and automatic slat tracking)
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to
  • simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC , Spega, Loytec
  • Deployment period: 2009
  • Client: IFM

Voith

Heidenheim

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 600 data points for primary systems and around 1000 data points for individual room controls, some with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control including wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-effective energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (BacNet and LON)
  • Brands used: TAC
  • Deployment period: 2009
  • Client: Bilfinger Berger AG, Stuttgart

Lufthansa Training & Conference Center

Frankfurt

  • Building housing offices, a hotel and training rooms
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 2000 data points for primary systems and around 1000 data points for individual room controls
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control including wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-effective energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (LON)
  • Brands used: TAC
  • Deployment period: 2009
  • Client: Schneider Electric Buildings Germany, Oberhausen

The Squaire (formerly the Airrailcenter)

Frankfurt am Main

  • Building housing offices, a hotel (Hilton) and shopping arcades
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 24,000 data points for primary systems and around 125,000 data points for individual room controls, some with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Room control, some using wireless control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: Wago, FIS (GLT)
  • Deployment period: 2008-2010
  • Client: YIT

Nymphenburger Höfe

Munich

  • Office and apartment building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 2000 data points for primary systems and around 13000 data points for individual room controls with lighting and window blind control
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Entirely wireless room control
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: Beckhoff
  • Deployment period: 2008-2010
  • Client: IKR

Nextower BT B

Frankfurt am Main

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 4000 data points for primary systems and lighting as well as around 1200 communicative BSK-BUS data points
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines. The individual room controls were implemented during construction of the building. J&K was responsible for starting up and relevant visualisation of the building control system (approx 7000 DP). Heavy demands in the areas of heat generation and refrigeration using heat pumps, geothermal and free cooling.
  • Lighting (part of the task of J&K) was implemented throughout with equipment from Beckhoff and connected to the corresponding TAC interfaces and plugged into the TAC building control system.
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Beckhoff
  • Deployment period: 2008-2009
  • Client: bam

ARCOTEL Rubin

Hamburg

  • Hotel with 168 rooms and suites
  • Individual room control for 168 rooms with a connection to the hotel reservation system
  • 6 air ventilation plants serving the hotel rooms, conference rooms, administrative areas, halls and technical areas.
  • 1x underground parking garage ventilation system with smoke extraction feature
  • 1x underground parking garage ventilation system with smoke extraction feature
  • Heat provided by remote heat exchanger
  • 15 individual controls for the conference rooms with a connection to the EIB room control device
  • around 700 data points for primary systems
  • Bus structure: IP network and FTT10 channels
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Svea, Alre
  • Client: BPM Bau Projekt Managment

ARCOTEL Camino

Stuttgart

  • Hotel with 168 rooms and suites
  • Individual room control for 168 rooms with a connection to the hotel reservation system
  • 6 air ventilation plants serving the hotel rooms, conference rooms, administrative areas, halls and technical areas.
  • 1x underground parking garage ventilation system with smoke extraction feature
  • Refrigeration supply using 2 refrigeration systems
  • Heat supplied using a boiler system (LON)
  • 15 individual controls for the conference rooms with a connection to an EIB room control device
  • Around 700 data points for primary systems
  • Bus structure: IP network and FTT10 channels
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Svea, Alre
  • Deployment period: 2007
  • Client: BPM Bau Projekt Managment

Erlangen Shopping Centre

Arcaden

  • Shopping centre with a central facility, individual controls for shops
  • 17 circulating air coolers for mall area, 20 partial air conditioning ventilation systems for shops
  • over 30 small ventilation system for technical, exhaust air, grease outlet, etc.
  • 3 absorber refrigerators, long-distance heat generation
  • Around 2300 data points for primary systems
  • Around 110 individual room controls (individual shops or sections)
  • Connection of around 850 M-Bus counters using external M-Bus
  • Serial connection of all alarms to a DECT system
  • Bus structure: IP network (in part optic fibre), FTT10 channels
  • Brand used: TAC, Loytec, Svea, ELSO, BTR
  • Deployment period: 2007
  • Client: HochTief

Hotel Vier Jahreszeiten Kempinski

Munich

  • Luxury - Hotel
  • Hotel refurbishment with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • around 300 data points for individual hotel room controls
  • Around 100 data points for ventilation/heating/cooling
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Svea
  • Deployment period: March 2007 to January 2008
  • Client: Fa. Otto-Hermann

Carl Benz Center

Stuttgart

  • Event venue and hotel in Stuttgart
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 500 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 2600 data points) for individual room control (over 160), lighting, primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. Individual room control
  • Connection to the hotel reservations system for optimal room control
  • Use of an IP channel bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Svea
  • Deployment period: 2005-2006
  • Client: Bilfinger+Berger

Melia Hotel

Berlin

  • Hotel in Berlin
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • , for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 480 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 4600 data points) for individual room controls (over 360), lighting, primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-effective energy use. Individual room control
  • Connection to the hotel reservations system for optimal room control
  • Use of an IP channel bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec
  • Deployment period: 2005-2006
  • Client: MCE

Van Technology Center VTC

Stuttgart

  • Daimler Chrysler Technology Center in Stuttgart
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 3200 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 6000 data points) for individual room controls, lighting, primary systems, RWA, lighting
  • System integration between all disciplines incl. connection of all data points via OPC to a supervisory Scada system
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of an IP backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Warema, Svea, Baikirch
  • Deployment period: 2005-2006
  • Client: MCE

THE WESTIN

Leipzig

  • First-class hotel in Leipzig
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • , for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 900 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 5500 data points) for individual room controls (over 400), lighting, primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines
  • for cost-efficient energy use. High demands for lighting/individual room control.
  • Connection to the hotel reservations system for optimal room control
  • Use of a Fast Backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Svea
  • Deployment period: 2004-2007
  • Client: Hotelgesellschaft Gerberstr

FEP 1 - Frankfurter Europark for Deutsche Bank

Frankfurt am Main

  • Deutsche Bank Data Centre
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 2400 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 6500 data points) for individual room controls (over 700), primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions. Cooling via 8 cooling units, distributed across 4 buildings – connected by a ring pipe.
  • Use of a fast backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Svea
  • Deployment period: 2004-2006
  • Client: Corvus

Office building in Rosenheimer Platz

Munich

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • for optimal and cost-effective operation.
  • Around 3600 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 9000 data points) for individual room controls, primary system, window blinds, lighting
  • System integration across all disciplines
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines
  • for cost-effective energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions.
  • Use of an IP network bus structure throughout (over 350 routers in total)
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Warema, Svea
  • Deployment period: 2004-2006
  • Client: Bayerische Hausbau

Parkhotel

Frankfurt am Main

  • First-class hotel in Frankfurt
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 230 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 1100 data points) for individual room controls (over 80), lighting, primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-effective energy use
  • Use of a fast backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC
  • Deployment period: 2004-2006
  • Client: Parkhotel

Allianz

Munich

  • Office building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • , for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 1800 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 6300 data points) for individual room controls (over 500), lighting, primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of a fast backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Echelon , Svea
  • Deployment period: 2004-2005
  • Client: Imtech

Domhotel

Cologne

  • First-class hotel in Cologne
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 200 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 1500 data points) for individual room controls, lighting and primary systems.
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-effective energy use
  • Use of a fast backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC
  • Deployment period: 2004-2005
  • Client: Domhotel

Münchener Hypothekenbank (MHB)

Munich

  • Bank building in Munich
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 180 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 900 data points) for primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-effective energy use
  • Use of a fast backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC
  • Deployment period: 2004
  • Client: Bilfinger+Berger

Klinikum Rechts der Isar - Energy Centre

Munich

  • Hospital energy centre with three boilers
  • Complete regulation/control of the system
  • System integration between all disciplines incl. connection of all data points via OPC to a supervisory Scada system
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of the counter for determining energy demand. Use of an Profibus bus structure throughout
  • Brand used: Siemens
  • Deployment period: 2008
  • Client: YIT

Daimler Crysler (127/6)

Stuttgart

  • Daimler Chrysler office building in Stuttgart
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies
  • , for optimal and cost-effective operation.
  • Around 600 integrated LonWorks nodes (around 2000 data points) for individual room controls, primary system, window blinds, lighting
  • System integration between all disciplines incl. connection of all data points via OPC to a supervisory Scada system
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions
  • Use of a fast backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Echeleon, Warema, Svea
  • Deployment period: 2004
  • Client: Daimler Chrysler

Centrum für innovative Medizin (CIM)

Hamburg

  • Office and research building
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving
  • technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 1200 data points for primary systems
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions (changes by tenants). Connection to neutral control system (Wonderware)
  • Use of a fast backbone bus structure throughout
  • Brands used: TAC, Loytec, Warema, Svea
  • Deployment period: 2004
  • Client: M+W Zander

Lemo

Munich

  • Administrative headquarters of a well-known manufacturer of plug connections
  • Integrated building with the latest energy saving technologies, for optimal and cost-effective operation
  • Around 120 integrated LonWorks nodes for individual room controls
  • System integration of GEA fan convectors with a LON-interface and a proprietary DDC system, connection to Kieback+Peter building control system
  • Project focus: Innovative solutions with integration of multiple disciplines for cost-efficient energy use. High degree of flexibility to simplify future modifications to room divisions.
  • Deployment period: 1998