As a facility manager, you are accountable for continuous operations, tenant safety, and assessment of usage and efficiency of utility resources at a single facility or over a collection of buildings. However, facility management is complex and composed of a large number of miscellaneous tasks for daily operation.
The maintenance or enhancement of overall management performance heavily relies on an aggregation of domain knowledge and expertise, especially when management teams encounter elevating expectations on energy efficiency, occupant satisfaction, and productivity.
It’s not unusual for facility engineers to spend days or even weeks attempting to work out root causes to an overcooled or overheated room. The situation results in a loss of efficiency and productivity and has a considerably negative impact on the occupant experience.
BeOP provides facility managers with an ample set of information that is necessary for decision-making support. Besides fault detection and energy diagnostics, BeOP provides insight into occupant movements and the relationships between occupants and things.