Facility Management

In order to maintain the value of a property, keep satisfied customers and comply with legal regulations, maintenance processes are essential. These are costly and labour-intensive. Much is still checked and documented manually by your employees today in order to carry out or avoid repairs in time and, in case of doubt, to be able to account to insurance companies and tenants.

With digital technologies, you can automate these processes and thus reduce costs, work more efficiently and offer your customers additional services.

Selected Issues

Room climate monitoring

People's ability to concentrate decreases sharply if the CO2 content in the air is too high. Some devices, such as servers, only work reliably at certain temperatures. A poor indoor climate can also cause mould spores to form and lower the value of a property. Air quality is of vital importance for you and your customers. If you keep an eye on the air quality parameters, you can prevent many costly problems and offer your customers additional services. Digital sensors can help here with a clear visualization.Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)

Gas, water and electricity meters

Resources such as gas, electricity and water are a fundamental part of every building and are one of the major cost items. It is therefore important to keep operating and maintenance costs as low as possible. In particular, reading the meter often involves long distances and is correspondingly costly. Thanks to new transmission technologies, it is now possible to transmit data digitally over long distances. This eliminates long journeys and saves time and costs. Furthermore, new technologies allow for more up-to-date data, whereby consumption can be analysed and optimised, e.g. to detect leaks faster.

Smoke detector monitoring

The maintenance of a building also includes the legally required annual check of the smoke detectors. This is often bothersome and time-consuming for both tenants and owners. Many appointments have to be coordinated and the employees often have to drive to the building twice or three times until all smoke detectors are checked. Smoke detectors that send their battery status at regular intervals by radio can help here. On the one hand, this eliminates the annual manual checks and on the other hand, a weak battery is detected earlier, thus reducing the risk of the smoke detector not working in the event of a fire.

Door and window surveillance

In order to be able to guarantee the security of buildings, it must be checked regularly whether all doors and windows are closed. This requires patrols, but these take a long time and are expensive. With sensors on doors and windows you can automate the process. With the help of a magnet, for example, you can detect when and where a door or window is opened and closed. In this way, you can eliminate the control rounds and you can specifically close those windows and doors that are still open. This saves you a lot of time and money.