No longer the new tech on the block, the IoT is revolutionising data with real-time insights into your facility. It’s time to leverage these technologies for streamlined and efficient operations and maintenance.
In the context of commercial buildings, IoT devices have a big job. They can monitor temperature, air quality, humidity and energy to improve remote meter readings, ESG reporting, and advanced data analysis. And that’s just the beginning.
And with the number of IoT devices connected to the internet expected to reach 27 billion by 2025, if IoT isn’t a central part of your FM strategy – giddy up!
With technology evolving at a break-neck pace – 2023 sees new trends. To improve your building performance, from energy efficiency and asset tracking to predictive maintenance strategies – real-time monitoring is now a proven cost-reduction tool.
For granular detail about your sustainable performance – Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) reporting software is becoming an invaluable tool. The future is remote, centralised and predictive.
Facility management continues to play an expanding part in creating safe, comfortable, and efficient buildings. Here are five ways you can get IoT operational.
Using leading IoT tech in your facilities management has numerous payoffs. Detect and diagnose faults, use data to drive repair/replace decisions, optimise predictive maintenance systems and significantly shrink operations and maintenance costs. Reduce resources, lift productivity, strengthen safety and occupant experience and automate energy use to reduce carbon footprint.
Building maintenance is rapidly becoming machine-led; some facilities have cut costs by up to 30% using IoT. Here are ten ways the IoT makes your building smarter.
Even when optimised – FM is never flawless. The reality is that issues requiring fast resolution will arise. Here are some FM challenges.