AI and Analytics Aid Building Sustainability for Connected Services

In this blog article, we take a look at how connected services use AI and analytics to improve building sustainability.

Facilities management can be tough. Whether you run an office building, data centre, or factory, you have many targets to hit. Thankfully, connected service hubs using artificial intelligence (AI) and digital services are helping businesses meet these targets in a cost-effective way.

Going electric and digital

One way to achieve these targets is by going all-electric and all-digital. This means moving from using fossil fuels to electricity, creating your own renewable energy, and using digital technology to find problems and make better decisions.

However, this might not be easy. Your building might be old or complicated. Or you might be short of staff because of retirements or a lack of skilled workers. Without the right expertise, your building could face more problems, costs, and challenges in becoming environmentally friendly.

Using IoT and experts

The solution is to use modern Internet of Things (IoT) technology and expert knowledge. IoT allows your building to be smarter and more connected. This helps you to better manage your building.

Connecting your building’s data to the internet allows you to use innovative technology like AI, machine learning, and augmented reality in a safe way. These tools can help you predict what your building needs and adjust how you maintain it.

To do this, you need the right equipment or smart devices. Experts can help you connect your devices and systems and make the most of cloud-based advice platforms.

The benefits of digital connected services

Connecting your building’s important electrical and building equipment is not enough. You also need to turn all the data you collect into useful information.

Schneider Electric’s Connected Services Hub can help with this. Their team comprises of experts who can provide support 24/7 from anywhere in the world. They know a lot about different areas, such as from power, energy, and building management, to industrial automation, data centres, and more. Furthermore, they can help you bring together different systems to achieve the best results for your organisation.

Digital services can also provide support on-site. For instance, this allows a technician to come to your site with all the information and tools they need to fix any problems as efficiently as possible.

Schneider Electric’s AI and digital services are making facility management easier. By going all-electric and all-digital and making the most of IoT and expert knowledge, businesses can reach their targets in a way that is cost-effective, efficient, and environmentally friendly.



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