What was it all about?
Steven Guzelimian, the President of Optergy and Nicholas Heydon, Australasian Channel Manager, gave a rundown on the exciting changes and developments currently happening in smart building systems integrations and what these changes mean for building owners, facility managers, contractors and operators globally. They also unveiled the new Optergy P864 Edge Controller coupled with Smart Monitoring and Control Software Applications. Ideal for any building owner or manager looking to start driving their building performance in a new direction. This will be available later in the year.
The main motivation for taking to the road though was to cover and educate on the main hot topic of the moment – Smart Buildings.
Extracting Value from Smart Building Systems Integration
Smart buildings typically use automated processes to systematically control integrated building operations. We’ve all heard that the key to smart buildings is integrating your BMS and EMS into one platform. Whilst this is an important step in the process, the true benefit of smart buildings comes after the integration is done.
The Optergy Roadshow covered what should happen after the smart building systems integration, for a building owner to realize the true advantages that a smart building can offer.
Bringing all your systems and operations to one interface is the first step towards a smart building. The second step, where all the real energy and savings will be made, is to make use of the collated data as a whole that brings in the full benefits of energy and cost savings.
The team shared practical lessons on using smart building integration to transform data and create impactful decisions that will help you meet your objectives, such as using alarms to highlight and reduce faults and system errors, optimizing air conditioning for comfort and efficiency and proper after hours billing to minimise operational costs. The result will be more efficient performance, simplified operations and more affordable growth through reduced energy and operating costs. This will also help protect your investments and ensures longer-lasting building value.
The Optergy Roadshow throughout Australia may have come to a close, but at Optergy, we’re continuing to work hard to produce some awesome built-in applications to further help with smart energy monitoring and control. To find out more about existing built-in applications that help save energy and reduce costs click here.
For all those that attended, we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did. For those of you that couldn’t, hopefully we’ll catch you at the next events.
If you have any comments on what you liked about the Roadshow or what you want to see next time, please let us know, we enjoy your feedback.