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Application Case Study: Water-ConneX for Water and Wastewater Utilities

The current methods used for manual data entry, regulatory reporting and operational checks are timely and error-prone. In this application case study, we explore how Water-ConneX can help both water and wastewater utilities enhance operational efficiency, simplify manual data entry and reporting, and provide more visibility into your operations with intelligent, real-time monitoring. Download the

Improving operational efficiency of wastewater treatment with intelligent monitoring

In this article for Water World, FacilityConneX’s VP of Operations, Rhonda Landis spotlights how wastewater utilities can incorporate of continuous monitoring platforms that provide accurate, immediate, and real time information; combined with intelligent alerts, efficiency analytics, and remote manual data entry options, to substantially improve operational efficiency and compliance, without any additional effort. Read more.

New York Moves to Reduce Building Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Rhonda Landis, VP of Operations at FacilityConneX spoke with Digital Journal to highlight new regulations in New York and New Jersey that address the impact of climate change and what solutions building managers countrywide can use to meet these changing environmental goals. To learn more, click here. 

Thought Leadership: Intelligent Alarms Create Actions from Noise

Jennifer Grimley, Sales Director at FacilityConneX, highlights how monitoring-based commissioning (MBCx) platforms with intelligent alarming capabilities, like the FacilityConneX software, can decipher raw data, identify critical alarms, locate alarm sources, and provide role-based intelligence for faster resolution which can ultimately save you time and costs. Read more…

Thought Leadership: Local Law 97 – How A NYC Law Can Change The Way We Look At Emissions

FacilityConneX VP and General Manager, Mark Pipher and Robert LoForte, Director of Commissioning at MIH Systems Group, explain how Local Law 97 for New York City has the potential to change the way building managers look at emissions and set the precedent for other cities to meet nation-wide efforts to cut carbon emissions   Read