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For technology to be truly agnostic it has to work across a myriad of different buildings and be able to adapt to the varying needs and constantly increasing outcomes demanded of them. Each sector has it’s own challenges, but we are here to meet them head-on. We have the answer, we just need your question?

Business. Personified.

Commercial Real Estate

Commercial building owners have the most difficult challenge in bridging the gap on their existing estates to deliver modern occupancy standards.

They also need to ensure that their new buildings have the right embedded level of technology to support change and flexibility of occupation style over time.

In fact they are trying to create financial security for their buildings present and future, managing the growing cost of maintaining and supporting the estate and delivering shareholder value. Whilst not forgetting that the buildings need to deliver an environment that is supportive of the highest levels of productivity in the occupants.

Commercial Real Estate
Retail Environments
Wellbeing. Comfort.

Retail Environments

Commercial building owners have the most difficult challenge in bridging the gap on their existing estates to deliver modern occupancy standards.

They also need to ensure that their new buildings have the right embedded level of technology to support change and flexibility of occupation style over time.

In fact they are trying to create financial security for their buildings present and future, managing the growing cost of maintaining and supporting the estate and delivering shareholder value. Whilst not forgetting that the buildings need to deliver an environment that is supportive of the highest levels of productivity in the occupants.

Flexible. Controllable.

Residential Living Spaces

The way residents use their living spaces has changed out of all recognition. Gone are the days of heating all day every day in the winter and opening windows in the summer. In modern apartment complexes the control of the heating and ventilation is a science of it’s own.

Multiple occupants, all with their own requirements for heating and cooling and varying levels of occupancy creates a need for flexible solutions that not only meet the needs of the occupants, but also create cost saving opportunities for the building owners and simple management for both owners and FM alike.

Residential Living Spaces
Healthcare Provider
Performance. Quality.

Healthcare Providers

Energy saving, is increasingly becoming a part of the conversation when it comes to healthcare operations. Especially for hospitals, which are one of the largest users of energy, with the average hospital using 2.5 times the amount of energy compared to other commercial buildings.

This comes as no surprise when you think about the 24/7 services these centres provide. There is a huge demand for heating and cooling, plus technology and systems that must keep running at all costs. Controlling and managing these systems is no simple feat, that’s why the right controls system must be in place.

Accountability. Value.

Public Sector

With squeezed budgets and resources across the public sector, the temptation to put energy efficiency on the back burner is understandable. However, this is a short-sighted and risky decision that could result in even less money to spend on public services.

With many old and legacy systems in place many public sector bodies may think integrating a new and flexible control architecture is out of the question, but we know that isn’t the case and our solutions are just what every public sector building has been waiting for.

Public Sector
Pharmaceutical
Detailed. Controlled.

Pharmaceutical

As pharmaceutical manufacturers face an increasingly competitive environment, they are looking for opportunities to reduce production costs without negatively affecting the yield or the quality of finished products.

The challenge of maintaining high product quality while reducing production costs can be met through investments in energy-efficient technologies and energy-efficiency practices. Opportunities exist within pharmaceutical laboratories, manufacturing facilities, and other buildings to reduce energy consumption while maintaining or enhancing productivity, by using the right controls solutions.

Productivity. Quality.

Manufacturing

The manufacturing sector accounts for 33% of all the energy consumed in the United States alone, and that’s excluding transportation. Energy managers are constantly testing innovative technologies, new business processes, and enlightened energy management strategies.

The future of energy management in manufacturing will rely new technologies and more flexible systems. With IoT becoming mainstream in many of the processes, it only makes sense to align the energy control to these processes, to achieve the right outcomes.

Manufacturing

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