A look at how you can optimize your energy management system (EMS) alarms through centralized management and smart IoT tools, creating efficiencies and precision that saves you money.
Energy and Smart Building Industry Blog
Increasing patient comfort, uncovering opportunities to save money, and operating sustainably is a near impossible task for facility managers with multiple hospitals under management. They require a solution to import and analyze data from each hospital and turn the data set into an actionable plan. This healthcare customer centralized their site data with PhoenixET, enabling them to make informed energy management and building optimization decisions. These decisions increased patient comfort and improved remote control of their hospitals' systems while giving insight to real-time and historical data.
The pandemic has thrown a lot of curveballs at retail. And facility managers have contended with their share of the challenges. There are many questions and speculations about indoor air quality, compliance, and how to safely manage building occupants with minimal mandated regulations to follow. FMs are left to balance the myriad of recommendations from ASHRAE, the CDC, OSHA, and local and state bodies.
As we navigate new information daily about Covid-19, building managers are tasked with finding safe ways to reopen facilities. And the clock is ticking with buildings that are scheduled to reopen in early fall, adding pressure to use current CDC guidelines to assuage the threat of a disease that is not fully understood.
In our post Be Strategic with Your Building's Scheduled Maintenance, we looked at the benefits of moving beyond arbitrary PM schedules and how using your building's data can help you spend money wisely. We now look at how you can use building data to see how well PMs are being carried out.