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Transforming your Facilities to be Smart and Sustainable

The increased adoption of new technologies has led to the ability to implement automation which was once impossible in the past with legacy facility systems. This has now given facility managers the ability to gather actionable data for more data-driven decisions.

Traditional equipment maintenance has always been scheduled based, regardless of usage, this approach has always been highly inefficient and could lead to lengthy downtimes and increased operational costs when an incident does occur. By leveraging IoT technology to constantly monitor, analyze, optimize and visualize assets, facility management will have actionable insights to intervene before a failure occurs.

Recently, companies have started giving attention to the welfare of their most valuable asset, their employees. Modern, efficient, and healthy workplaces are needed to recruit and retain the best talent, improve productivity and support public health mandates. The utilization of sensors and smart building systems allows organizations to improve tenant comfort by tracking and regulating indoor environmental controls such as temperature, humidity, and air quality.

Having a building management system is no simple task; facilities have multiple subsystems that are functioning independently of each other, teams are spread out, and the mixture of legacy and modern systems working in tandem all add to the difficulty.

Our TwinWorX® software allows for centralized monitoring and control via a single pane of glass. Additionally, we achieve interoperability between subsystems through the integration of data sources, connecting things, spaces, people, and processes. The software provisions devices quickly, aggregates and processes data efficiently, and enables control effectively. Less time and money is spent engineering project-specific requirements and customers get insights and benefits faster.

Our customers can realize benefits such as reducing capital and operational costs on building equipment and maintenance while extending asset life and improving equipment lifecycles. Also, by having the ability to monitor both the indoor and outdoor environments, we also can increase and enhance tenant comfort and experiences.


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