Building Analytics

Building analytics gives facility managers, building managers, and owners valuable insights from data that they can use to operate their buildings more efficiently and sustainably.

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Internet of Things

IoT is a game-changing technology that makes it possible for objects and equipment to be connected to the internet to gather and share data.

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Energy Management

Energy management entails the use of cutting-edge tools and systems to optimize energy consumption for increased sustainability and efficiency.

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Water Management

Water management involves the strategic monitoring, conservation, and optimization of water use in a building or greater ecosystem.

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Building Performance

A measure of how effectively a building meets its goals and provides its occupants with a comfortable and productive space to work.

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Asset Management

Asset management uses systems to make sure that assets contribute to the efficiency and performance of a smart building or facility.

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People Flow

People Flow is the concept of managing and improving the way people move around in a building or space.

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Data Centralisation

Data centralization refers to bringing together multiple sources of data into a single location that is easy to reach. In smart building technology, it means collecting, storing, and managing data from different systems and devices inside a building in an organized manner.

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Need smart analytics for your building?

To find out more about building analytics and how we can help you optimize your facility, get in contact with our professionals at Direct Control.

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