Are you aware that continuous monitoring can save you energy, and more importantly, alert you to a “hidden” safety issue? Generally, laboratory spaces containing bio-safety cabinets, fume hoods, or chemical storage cabinets must be negatively pressurized relative to adjacent spaces, such as corridors, to reduce the likelihood of chemical fume or biological material infiltration. Read
Rhonda Landis, VP of Operations explored the benefits of fault detection and continuous monitoring solutions in healthcare facilities for the containment of infectious diseases and protection of patient safety in this thought leadership piece with Cleaning & Maintenance Management Magazine. With an increase in cases of Legionnaires’ disease, real-time monitoring for HVAC and water management
Industrial plants today are facing a rapid shift to Industry 4.0. In this case study, we explore how these facilities and the changing workforce needs more than just continuous monitoring solutions and how solutions like FacilityConneX can help to transform your big data into knowledge and action for smarter factory operations. Download case study
Mark Pipher, VP and General Manager of FacilityConneX shared insight with Engineered Systems on trends that we’re seeing in HVAC system engineering and management and how Monitoring Based Commissioning (MBCx) and the FacilityConneX solution are helping facility engineers, managers and staff better transform alerts into proactive action, operational efficiency and energy savings. Watch video…
VP of Operations, Rhonda Landis provides FacilityManagement.com with insight on how Continuous Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx) can and is being used for more proactive containment of infectious diseases in hospitals. She highlights the recent spike in Legionnaires’ disease and how real-time monitoring for HVAC and water management systems can protect patient safety and prevent hospital shut
Digital Journal recently highlighted FacilityConneX’s intelligent building project with Dell Technologies at the Company’s Hopkinton, Mass. campus. This piece focuses on how the combination of technologies from Dell, GE Digital and FacilityConneX will enable better monitoring and management of assets, energy use and more with insight from Paul Fitzgerald, Vice President, Facilities Management, Dell. Read
Part 2 – The Model and Leveraging the Results – A Detailed Perspective of Steps for Machine Learning and Predictive Chilled Water System Analytics in Facility Applications ZLATKO VASILKOSKI, CHIEF SCIENTIST, FACILITYCONNEX If you have not already, check out Part 1 here Creating Machine Learning Models THE DATASET The dependent derived chiller KPIs and their
Part 1 – The Machine Data – A Detailed Perspective of Steps for Machine Learning and Predictive Chilled Water System Analytics in Facility Applications ZLATKO VASILKOSKI, CHIEF SCIENTIST, FACILITYCONNEX FacilityConneX Approach to Predictive Analytics Here we illustrate an effective FCX predictive methodology for organizations to diagnose and detect events that mandate the need for maintenance
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