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Understanding the physical space and technology is the building blocks for delivering transformational projects.
Access control now features more options than a simple access card. This session will discuss the options between the following systems and the benefits:
- Review of technologies
- Use cases
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning analytics is software that extracts and analyses data created by the building management system (BMS). This information can drive efficiency within a building and improve FM’s ability to manage a building. This session will cover:
- Who benefits from HVAC analytics?
- What is the impact of HVAC analytics?
- Lifecycle of HVAC analytics
- System overview
- Cost example
- How it works
Smart lighting uses embedded sensors and the associated collected data to improve the operations of a lighting system and building. In addition, it also creates a new type of controls network to add new devices to. This session will cover:
- Overview of the technology
- How does it work?
- Manufacture/relationship with OEMs
- What it looks like
- Use case
There are several ways to deliver a set of location services within a building. This session delves into why you might use location services, and how they work:
- Business case for location services
- Components of location services
- The purpose
- Location services analytics
- Use case
- Technology overviews
The WELL standard is growing in popularity, however, evidence on the individual building-level is lacking. By taking data from the core systems in the building, it is possible to prove the level of health delivered by the building. This session will cover:
- The fundamental of the WELL standard
- Where the data lies
- What the data is
- What you can do with the data
- How a platform helps to create a WELL dashboard