Your building is sending you signals that you may not be getting:
- Specific areas where your systems are inefficient
- Trouble signals that eventually lead to downtime
- Performance issues that can now be quickly resolved remotely.
With a connected building, you can easily pick up on and address those signals. In fact, you gain a big picture view of how all your systems are working. Today’s technology can optimize your building’s performance in 5 important areas:
Increased operational efficiency A “connected building” provides the data you need to analyze and make adjustments that improve efficiency and lower costs.
Quick response times Building faults can be diagnosed and often corrected remotely. If on-site service is needed, the right technician with the right parts can be quickly dispatched.
Reduced energy consumption The system lets you closely monitor utilities to determine how resources can be used more efficiently.
Consistent comfort for occupants Smooth-running HVAC systems mean year-round building comfort and fewer complaints.
Less unplanned downtime Automated maintenance services effectively reduce emergencies and costly operational downtime.
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