Control Everything in One Smart Facility

Solving issues such as sudden equipment failure and wasted energy from forgotten lights, with smart facilities that can learn habits, predict problems before they occur, and adjust to your preferences.

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What Are Smart Buildings?

Facilities integrate technology like sensors and digital twin models to improve building operations, making them more efficient and cost-effective to sustain. These systems allow automated adjustments in lighting and air conditioning, based on actual usage, reducing unnecessary power consumption.

Benefits of Smart Facility Solutions:

  • Completes repetitive tasks efficiently through automation.

  • Reduces maintenance and repair costs with predictive analytics.

  • Lowers energy waste by adapting systems to real-time use.

  • Improves safety and maximizes space utilization for better asset management.

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Smart Facilities Overview

Buildings such as offices and workshops are becoming more expensive to maintain nowadays, with issues like lights being left on, air conditioning never at the right temperature, and Devices consuming energy even when they aren't being used. Turning your building into a smart facility can be easier than you think and will solve most if not all of these problems. By integrating smart lighting and air conditioning systems, along with smart sensors, you can ensure they adjust based on usage avoiding excess energy use and extending equipment lifespan.

Facilities also use digital twin technology - a real-time virtual replica of your facility - in predicting equipment failures with 95% accuracy, reducing product development times, and gathering the data you need to make informed decisions.

Use Cases


  •   Predict And Simulate Incidents:

    • Server overheating and equipment failure from wear-and-tear are common and preventable problems with digital twin technology that can predict and even simulate equipment meltdowns before they happen saving you money that would have otherwise been spent on repairs.

  • Smart Energy Management:

    • Using smart devices that adapt, smart buildings can learn your habits and find ways to accommodate them by adjusting lighting and air conditioning to your preferences, saving energy and easing your mind

  • City Monitoring:

    • With cameras capturing every corner, providing you with live feedback making sure nothing goes wrong and facial recognition capable of identifying any person of interest, helping create a safer, and more responsive city.

  • Crowd Control:

    • Smart facilities use things like sensors, video surveillance, and controlling access points to detect tight spots and redirect crowds preventing overcrowding saving time and keeping customers coming back for more.


Automated Tasks: reduces manual work load by automating repetitive tasks such as access control and security monitoring, freeing up staff for more productive work.

Maintenance And Repairs Costs: Predictive maintenance and remote monitoring with the use of a digital twin can prevent accidents and reduce maintenance costs by providing real-time data and simulations.

Reduced Infrastructure Energy usage: Managing both conventional and phantom energy consumption through continuous adaptation to usage rates, greatly reducing energy wastage.

Optimized Asset ManagementSmart space management systems use accurate labeling and a center tracking system significantly increasing usable space and increasing asset lifespan.

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Turn your office or workshop into a resource efficient and comfort providing smart facility

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