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
One of the most common value propositions for a new VAV system is to reduce the component cost by utilizing floating reheat actuators in place of the more expensive proportional motors. The floating actuators rely on valve stroke time for the building automation’s controller to understand when the valve is fully open or fully closed.
FacilityConneX is all about bad behavior. By that, we mean equipment not doing what it is supposed to do – equipment doing stupid things.
Analytics is a popular buzzword these days. Who wouldn’t want to use existing information to improve processes and make smarter, data-driven decisions to boost operational efficiency? Unfortunately, for analytics to deliver any value, there must be data to analyze!
FacilityConneX Data Scientist, Zlatko Vasilkoski Explains How Neural Networking Methodologies can be Applied to Early Warning Detections Today! Big data has been around us for some time already. We currently live in the era of internet of thing (IoT), and most of the big data is, and will be related to IoT. Related to this,
Your organization relies on equipment. Hospitals use equipment to control the environment for their patients, including ensuring proper infection control. Commercial real estate firms use equipment to provide a comfortable workplace for their tenants. Water plants use it to move, test and treat water for their customers. Industrial plants rely on equipment to produce products.