Understand fabric first demands using real data
The combination of BCM and MultiDOT can illustrate how fabric first upgrades have affected temperature, humidity, boiler activity and gas usage before, during and after the project.
When installing any energy improvement retrofit projects, you must be able to show the difference made before, during and after the project is completed. This can only be done accurately and efficiently using technology.
By installing smart monitors into a building pre-retrofit, and continuing to use them during and post-retrofit, you can see the full improvement in areas such as temperature, humidity, and boiler use.
This data can then be used to illustrate the improvement in energy efficiency.
Our MultiDOT devices, combined with BCM will be able to show you exactly what is going on with a property’s boiler use, temperature, and humidity. This telemetry data can be used to illustrate improvements in energy efficiency due to retrofit projects.
Smart monitors and connected technology can do a lot more than that though!
The Vericon Ecosystem and its ability to remotely monitor and manage assets can be used to:
Create accurate and validated asset lists by automated asset commission process.
Remote asset monitoring leading to accurate, complete, and unambiguous information about an asset
Better awareness of maintenance and operational requirements of an asset.
Ability to make data-driven decisions regarding the operational and maintenance expenditure based on the actual asset performance and status.
Real-time measurements of fault, energy performance and preventative failure conditions
Informed strategic life cycle, end of life and replacement scheduling planning.
Allow accurate and current health, safety, and risk management policies.
Drive a pro-active approach to continued maintenance through machine learning-based algorithms, ensuring continued customer welfare and increasing longevity of an asset’s life cycle.
Does all this sound familiar? To remain in line with PAS2035 you must be able to show the impact of a retrofit project.