Manufacturing & Industrial Facilities
Smart buildings use a complex web of structures, systems and technology to control heating, ventilation, air conditioning, lighting, security and other operations. They also increasingly connect to networks beyond their walls, linking with smart energy systems to change their impact on the electric grid and join the Internet of Things (IoT). This connectivity levels costs, enabling smart building implementations in more and smaller facilities throughout smart cities.
Data is transforming the built environment. We’ll help you create your connected facility, evaluating the interconnected systems you may need: cloud-based applications and services, data security, IoT installations and more. We’ll consider your critical data systems and how they connect, including applications for business intelligence, daily operations, analytics and other functions that are part of smart cities initiatives.
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