Many organisations have invested heavily in Smart Building Technology. But this alone is not enough. The concept of a ‘smart building’ is based on the use of interconnected technologies to make buildings more responsive, sustainable, and productive for their users. The challenge is how to use the intelligence derived from that technology to optimise the condition-based maintenance of buildings on a portfolio level.

A Smart Building Platform can detect anomalies in your buildings and analyse their impact. However, when paired with an Integrated Workplace Management System (IWMS), an organisation can transform the diagnostics created from Smart Building Technology and turn them into automated alerts and meaningful insights that will allow real estate, maintenance, and facilities teams to take action and support leadership teams in making smarter business decisions.

For optimal impact on operating costs, occupant comfort, and asset value – organisations need to keep smart building systems performing at their best against a backdrop of limited budgets and maintenance.

Depending on your building portfolio, the number of diagnostics created by implemented Smart Building Technologies could be enormous. But what if you had a system that could handle all those diagnostics and turn them into structured, actionable alerts to help you make smarter business decisions around your assets and maintenance processes?

On 15 September Planon & Schneider Electric will host a webinar about how integrating diagnostics from Smart Buildings with an IWMS can support smarter decision making. In this session, Jos Knops, Director of Product Marketing from Planon and Brett Spindler, Enterprise Business Development – Digital Solutions at Schneider Electric will explore some of these smart building technologies, and Brett will show the importance of knowing the health of your assets and facilities – especially in this time when organisations are preparing for a successful return to the office.

Planon’s IWMS is a technology agnostic solution that enables integration with any open Smart Building platform. Jos Knops will share an example of Planon’s standard integration with Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure™ Building Advisor, and how that integration provides automated and actionable intelligence to optimise the condition-based maintenance of buildings on a portfolio level.

In this webinar you will learn about:

  • New Smart Building Technologies
  • Schneider Electric’s vision of EcoStruxure™ Building Advisor
  • How Smart Building Technology plays a role in successful workplace re-entry
  • The benefits of integrating Smart Building Platforms with an IWMS
  • An example of how a standard integration works: Planon Connect for Building Advisor

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