FacilityConneX Signs an Exclusive Partnership with Intertec Systems to Deliver Energy Savings
and Operational Efficiency through Smart Asset Monitoring
All of us encounter automation in nearly all the aspects of our lives… usually in various forms of embedded computing devices ranging from sensors in facilities such as the buildings where we work or live, powerplants that generate the energy we consume, municipal drinking water and wastewater management systems, to smart vehicles and smart devices
A case for streaming fault detection & diagnostics for identifying and resolving costly issues.
Nosocomial infections are a huge safety concern for all people entering your Hospital. Such infections could result in a huge cost to your Healthcare facility, both financial, as well as your reputation. Stay on top of OR and SPD temperature, humidity and ventilation requirements with Monitoring-Based Commissioning!
The struggle of keeping everyone happy, comfortable, and productive falls on facilities operations. Constantly maintaining complex, critical systems across multiple vendors types, analyzing retrofit options and energy saving strategies is a daunting task day in and day out. If you could get ahead of that maintenance request, that failure, and that daunting to-do list –
Terry Young, Director of Property Management for KRP Properties joins FacilityConneX’ Tom Schiller to discuss how KRP has seen an ROI of less than 8 months across their 3.24 million square foot portfolio by embracing technology and MBCx.
FacilityConneX CEO, Tom Schiller, shares his understanding of common barriers to adopting Monitoring-Based Commissioning systems
Join FacilityConneX for a Webinar on Using IoT and Existing Building Systems Data to Optimize Your Building Performance EIS (Energy Information Systems) and FDD (Fault Detection and Diagnostics) Systems can be invaluable tools in the drive toward better building performance. Research shows using EIS & FDD software tools with MBCx practices has shown to enable facilities teams to increase building
So, a property management firm manages a 140,000 square foot office building that has a main electrical meter apart from the utility meter. FacilityConneX sucks up the data from the main meter and runs analytics. “So what”, you ask, “what could be interesting about the data from the main meter? Why don’t I just get
Utility providers and energy research organizations can play a key role in compelling building owners to make efficiency-focused procurement decisions about their facilities. NYSERDA (New York State Energy and Research Development Authority) knows that building efficiency analytics are pivotal in identifying, prioritizing and correcting inefficient operations. Smart building owners and facilities managers who strive for