CitectFacilities is a tool to help bridge the gap between industrial building automation systems and facilities management systems. This connection helps facility managers to reduce operating costs, thus improving margins while at the same time increasing visibility, control and standardization of their facility.
Designed to manage large industrial building environments, CitectFacilities integrates all your facilities’ systems (HVAC, lighting, access control, etc.) across your entire enterprise.
Integrating disparate systems within a facility helps owners and managers achieve synergies such as managing HVAC, lighting, access control, security, fire & life safety and communications systems. CitectFacilities will connect to multiple vendor hardware.
An open and unified view of operations will increase transparency, throw up anomalies, challenge facility managers to improve performance and tenants to consume energy more responsibly.
Our open and integrated solution can ultimately contribute to greater profitability for the facility manager, better tenant retention and a positive corporate image for both owner and manager.
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This integration is achieved by connecting to open protocols, such as BACnet, LONWorks, EIB and OPC, which are favoured within the building automation and facilities management industries.
CitectFacilities delivers key benefits including:
Saving money through more efficient utilities usage
Improving decision making and control of centralized, easy-to-access facility systems
Increasing the reliability of your system
Maximizing your mobility by using wireless technology to monitor and control your facility from anywhere, at any time
Lower your Total Cost of Ownership through more efficient use of existing staff
Lower operating costs
Improve tenant services
Reduce energy consumption
Maximize energy efficiency