Facilities Management: Digital Transformation & Proptech


Technology is transforming the facility management industry in an exciting move including AI, IoT, Machine Learning and dashboard globally called Proptech. When it comes to improvements around quality, production, and longevity of physical assets, digital transformation is an unfolding revolution. Nordatec and its Cloud-Native Building Management System is part of this revolution. With Nordatec you will be well-equipped to be at the forefront of this wave of digital transformation.

Smart energy solutions such as Nordatec LM-2000 and APM-3200 help all stakeholder in a building people to better understand, plan and organize Air Conditionners management across functions, including facility management, maintenance finance and customer care departments. It which leads to less unplanned downtime, higher productivity, better overall eco-friendly and cost saving typically 30%.

When facility managers move from scheduled maintenance to focused maintenance, customers can expect better comfort and maintenance team expect better job satisfaction.

As it is an IoT company, the services provided are based on the collection and exchange of data between physical devices connected via internet protocol, more simply put, it is actually centered on connecting things (machinery, sensors) to the internet, since sensors are now more affordable, and internet connectivity is everywhere. To illustrate, IoT allows organizations to collect more information, quickly respond to changes and act on new business intelligence. As we move into a world where everything is connected, a new “smart infrastructure” is being implemented, with asset and facility management tools that are capable of dealing with the scale and life-cycle of dispersed, yet connected, physical assets and addressing the “Digital Twin”.

For facility managers, this means that issues and potential problems will be much easier and faster to identify in a facility that uses IoT.

Moreover, Using AI to monitor physical assets, provide customers with environmentally-sound solutions, and gather intelligence about them makes it easier to predict the performance life-cycle for an asset before its performance is affected or before the asset fails. This can help facility management teams perform preventive maintenance more effectively and thereby address potential issues before they become problems, and while IoT captures, exchanges and stores vast amounts of information, it is the AI-driven analytics capabilities of cloud solutions that will provide the answer to the question of how is this AI actionable. Therefore, what’s innovative about AI is that unlike scheduled maintenance, it does not rely on pre-programmed algorithms. Instead, it enables the machine to learn from large aggregate data sets to identify patterns, trends and insights. Because machine learning systems use data collected from IoT-enabled sensors, they can continually refine models which are used to make analytical predictions on facility performance and efficiency.

To conclude, digital transformation is not just about technology. It is about strategy and new ways of thinking by incorporating multiple technologies that work in harmony to provide all building stakeholders with environmental monitoring, control and knowledge.