Understanding smart data strengthens building efficiency, sustainability (video)
Businesses continually look for ways to maximize the gobs of information generated the smart devices they have deployed throughout their structures. Companies like Schneider Electric are using technology that long has been prevalent in people’s private lives through mobilization, digitalization and the cloud and combining into the commercial sector to create actionable insight that can positively affect the efficiency and sustainability of a building.
The technology not only is helping the facility manager/owner, but also the building occupants.
At AHR 2016, Rob Hemmerdinger of Schneider spoke about how the company works with clients to devise strategies and use solutions that boost their business.
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