- Danish building service provider relies on T-Systems' IoT platform
- Permanent analysis of consumption values and cost drivers
Danish building service provider ISS Facility Services consumes only as much energy as necessary with the help of the IoT-based Connected Things Hub from T-Systems. The Deutsche Telekom subsidiary's IoT platform thus becomes the central control for buildings worldwide. This is where the data from 20,000 sensors is measured, such as room temperature and Co2 figures. Special software analyzes and visualizes this data almost in real time. When limits are exceeded, ISS can intervene immediately.
"We are excited about the global partnership with ISS. Our Connected Things Hub helps to digitize the operation of buildings significantly optimizing operator costs," says Rami Avidan, responsible for the IoT business at Deutsche Telekom.
"IoT solutions are becoming increasingly important. With their help, we can control our buildings worldwide and operate them more efficiently," said Sam Lavers, Global Head of Digital Excellence & IoT at ISS. "The partnership with T-Systems enhances the quality of our services. This also benefits our customers."
The Connected Things Hub offers open, standardized interfaces. At the same time, it is highly scalable. The hub can be easily integrated into existing IT systems. The complete IoT package also captures and analyzes room utilization and user behavior. From this, data-based decisions can be made for more efficient management, for example, a new room layout or rental options.
"Smart building management" at the Hannover Messe
Together with its partner ISS Facility Services, Telekom will present "Digital Facility Management" on April 3 at 11:45 am and 4:30 pm at the Deutsche Telekom stand in hall 5, booth E04.
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