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Five simple tips for reducing OPEX at your manufacturing site

Now, more than ever, large building owners and operators are looking for quick and easy solutions to cut costs and ensure business continuity in the face of large-scale disruptions. Here are five simple tips to help the manufacturing industry slash OPEX in non-critical areas and maintain health and safety for remaining onsite personnel, without compromising site production or profitability.

Reduce OpEx by adopting data-driven maintenance

Responding to the near-term challenges in the current environment requires building owners and operators to take an agile approach to building management. Read the six steps to adopting a data-driven approach to maintenance.

How to adapt your buildings for partial occupancy

In response to the near-term challenges associated with COVID-19 such as reduced occupancy, there are some smart and simple measures that building operators can implement to limit HVAC energy consumption.

How to remotely monitor and manage your building operations

Modern day technology, IoT and data analytics has now made it possible to effectively manage buildings without having to step foot on site, easing the pressure on teams by giving them the ability to control their building operations virtually.

Delivering triple bottom line, one byte at a time

In a TED talk-style video series for the property industry, our EMEA General Manager Paul Walsh was given the opportunity to discuss how building analytics can help deliver triple bottom line, one byte at a time, for large real estate owners. Watch it here.

Cost reduction in a time of crisis – five simple tips for airports

COVID-19 has hit airport operators and airlines hard, and there is no telling when business will get back to normal. As foot and air traffic plummets and international airports start shutting down completely, airport operators are under immense pressure to cut costs and ride out the turbulence. CIM’s David Walsh suggests some quick and easy wins to be found in the airport plant room that will help slash unnecessary operational costs and build future resilience.

The big bad world of Building Analytics and what to look for

The core function of a BMS is to control hundreds of pieces of plant, equipment and lighting, yet recently, BMS providers have started adding ‘building analytics’ modules to their offering. When you consider the purpose of a BMS is to control a building, not to analyse its performance, it becomes obvious why these analytics solutions also come up severely wanting. 

Unissu’s interview with David Walsh – Using data to add value to commercial assets

In this time of digital transformation, where customers demand more, competition is rife and multi-directional, and asset value is dictated by a wider variety of factors than ever before, buildings have, it could be argued, grown more fragile still. Especially when you throw in the current state of the climate, and real estate’s immense responsibility in controlling the situation.

Shopping around

By using data more intelligently with the help of building analytics, shopping centre operators are discovering how to quickly improve the operational performance of their assets and channel the savings into delivering a better shopping experience.

What building analytics can teach us about the Mona Lisa

Precisely controlling environmental conditions takes an entirely new perspective when it comes to protecting the condition and longevity of precious artefacts in museums. CIM engineer Arghya Sen discusses how some of the old ways of environmental control in museums are being replaced by a new and more sustainable way of thinking.

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