Building, facility, and campus management
AVEVA solutions deliver secure, efficient and reliable facilities management operations, whether a single building or a large multi-building campus.
Building and Facilities
Solving the Complexities of Building and Facility Management
AVEVA offers a comprehensive portfolio of software solutions designed to deliver efficient, secure, and reliable operations for single buildings through large multi-building campuses. These solutions address today’s green initiatives and complex regulatory compliance requirements, and help minimise cost while ensuring a safe work environment for all types of facilities.
Transparency Across Buildings
Improving operational efficiency through the breaking down of historical information silos, seamlessly aggregating data from a plethora of hardware and software sources, and delivering valuable, contextual and actionable insights, is what complex automation projects involve.
For campuses, this challenge is magnified by the interconnected, real-time nature of the systems and processes being monitored and controlled – either centrally, or remotely – and the expectations of people relying on these systems to participate in day-to-day workplace.
Management of a multi-building facility can include the management of assets such as buildings and facilities, power distribution, facility climate control, lighting, security and surveillance equipment, parking structures, and increasingly, data centres, Wi-Fi, and communication networks.
The combination of assets with connected devices, and most importantly, the data captured for each of these assets, introduces the need for technology solutions to harmonise disparate data, as well as provide a single view into maintenance needs, energy management, predictive continuity, and scheduling of proactive maintenance.
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An increasing trend, being driven partly by the focus on campuses to become “smart”, is the growing demand for centralised Command and Control Centres.
This demand is not new. Private companies have been implementing Operation Centres for many years. Few private companies, however, have the complexity of disparate data silos, multi-vendor system architectures, and the sheer number of tenants relying on their infrastructure to participate in the economic viablility of the campus.
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