Data Centralisation


It is important to centralize data to make sure that it is consistent, that analysis goes smoothly, and that you get a full picture of an organization's data assets. This is the basis for good data analytics and the discovery of new insights.

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Data Centralisation Benefits


Data centralization has many benefits, such as enhanced safety, stability, and accessibility, and it also makes managing and using an organization's data operations more efficient.

Unified Accessibility
By putting all of your data in one place, you is able to access it and make sure that important data is readily available when you need it.

Enhanced Security
Protect your data by putting in place firm centralization and advanced security means to keep private data safe.

Efficient Collaboration
Centralizing data makes it easier for people in your smart building systems to work together by letting them share and communicate with each other without any issues.

Real Time Insights
By combining data sources, you can get useful insights that give you a full picture of how your building works and how it performs.

 

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Data Centralisation features


 

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Real Time Tracking

Find out right away where every asset in your smart building is, what its state is, and how well it is working.

Maintenance Scheduling

Use proactive maintenance strategies to cut down on downtime and get the most out of the life of your assets.

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Centralised Management

Manage all assets from a single platform that makes it easy for people to work together and makes sure that all assets are optimized as a whole.

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Integration Capabilities

Combine with other smart building technologies without any problems to run the building in an all-encompassing manner.

How Data Centralisation Works


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.

Data Source

  • Different smart building systems, like HVAC, lighting, security, and other Internet of Things (IoT) devices, create data. Data from these systems is gathered and put together in a central location.

Centralised Hub

The combined data is kept in a central location, which is usually a database or a cloud-based platform. This makes it easier to store, find, and organize data.

Interoperability

Data centralization makes it possible for different smart building technologies to work together. This means that different systems and devices can talk to each other and share data, which creates a smart building environment that works well together.

Security Measures

Strong security measures are put in place to protect centralized data. Controlled access to private information protects data privacy and makes sure that security standards are met.

 

 

Scalability

The infrastructure for data centralization is made to easily grow as the smart building's data needs do. It responds to changing needs, making sure that the smart building stays efficient as it grows.

Accessibility

A user-friendly layout lets users navigate to centralized data, and real-time access to data lets users get to important information quickly.

Data Analytics

Centralized data is often put through advanced analytics tools, which give users practical insights and a full picture of how the building works and performs.

Collaboration

Centralized data makes it easier for smart building systems to talk to each other and work together. Users can make smart choices based on a full picture of how the building works.

Looking to centralise your buildings data?

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

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