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Bringing critical power distribution out of the dark and into a safer, more reliable, and sustainable future

Designing for 2 Facility Management 2.0

Today, proven technologies exist that can fully
digitalise the electrical distribution infrastructure
of significant and critical buildings and facilities. These are helping improve safety for people and assets, increase power reliability and business continuity, optimise operational and energy efficiency, achieve sustainability goals, and meet regulatory compliance.

Yet, most organisations are still not taking advantage of these latest advances in power distribution connectivity and intelligence, some of which may already be in place in their facilities. Without this crucial last step, facility teams are working blind, unaware of many hidden risks and opportunities.

Key Learning Points:

  1. …will better understand the importance of digitalising the electrical power distribution infrastructure through an easily understood comparison.
  2. …will learn of the different devices, communications, and architectures that make a digitalised power distribution system possible.
  3. …will learn about specific applications that can provide valuable outcomes like enhanced electrical safety, improved power availability and reliability, optimised efficiency, and simplified compliance.

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