Everyone nowadays is looking for enhanced efficiency with pressure mounting from initiatives like the ESOS (Energy Savings Obligation Scheme). Commercial properties need to meet increasingly stringent targets.
As a result, there’s been a huge shift towards increased connectivity in manufacturing- smart communications created between the cooling system, equipment and the overall building management system. It gives greater control of the building environment and makes it run more smoothly.
This remote monitoring means it’s easier to pursue a ‘whole building’ approach, improving efficiency, and ensuring managers can check performance and even prevent downtime by spotting problems and undertaking preventative maintenance. All this at the touch of a button from a central control point.
It’s good news for businesses looking to cut energy and save costs.
How cooling fits in
Coolers are a perfect example of how this technology can be applied, because they are often used in buildings such as data centres, hospitals, universities, and industrial and retail environments where coolers need to work around the clock. These sectors demand complete visibility over their energy infrastructure more than any other to prevent costs and emissions spiralling out of control.
A report by Gartner says there will be 4.9 billion connected ‘things’ worldwide by the start of 2016, rising to 25 billion by 2020.
So…get involved and contact us to get your systems inter-connected.