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Verisae Uses IoT-Based Solutions To Optimize Facility Management

Date: 03 May 2016

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Facility managers are under pressure to improve the reliability of the assets under their control, in addition to finding cost savings that span across building operations as the barriers between previously siloed systems are removed. Managers responsible for energy management, an integral part of facility management, are turning their attention towards broader optimization solutions, and the technologies that enable those solutions, to achieve their internal targets. This report takes a deeper look at the benefits of facility optimization through a review of Verdantix primary and secondary research, including industry interviews and research included in the Verdantix Green Quadrant Building Energy Management Software and Energy Leaders Surveys. Verdantix has identified how focusing on facility and asset lifecycle management can provide larger than anticipated benefits when compared to a focus solely on energy management.


Verisae Uses IoT-Based Solutions To Optimize Facility Management
IoT-Based Technologies Provide Opportunities For Innovation
IoT-Based Solutions Set The Stage For Data-Driven Facility Management
Holistic View Of Assets And Facilities Increases The Size Of Benefits Achieved
Executives In Asset-Heavy Sectors Should Consider IoT For Asset Lifecycle Management


Figure 1. Effect Of Maintenance Programmes On The Service Life Of Equipment
Figure 2. An Energy Efficiency Programme That Is Not Actively Managed


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