Articles Tagged: analytics

Three Ways to Improve Agricultural Efficiency and Sustainability with Digital Transformation

At Schneider Electric we talk a lot about the importance of IIoT, Industry 4.0, Digital Twin and Digital Transformation for the food and beverage manufacturing industry. But what about the… Read more »

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Moving Your Clean-in-Place Operations to Quality 4.0

“Digital Transformation and Industry 4.0 are more than buzzwords” recently wrote by a colleague Keith Chambers. In fact, Big Data, Predictive Analytics and Industry 4.0 are all necessary to support… Read more »

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How IIoT is Pioneering the Future of Intuitive Industries

Intuitive industries are here. Increased digitization calls on adapted control. Digitization leads to connectivity, which enables two-way energy and information flow. This enables the emergence of an even more efficient… Read more »

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The Fog: Direct VS Indirect Edge Computing

“Fog computing” has received an increased amount of attention in the IoT & IIoT communities. I briefly reviewed the Fog in “IoT & the Pervasive Nature of Fast Data & Apache… Read more »

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Driving Innovation at Every Level with IoT

In my previous blog post, I discussed the four pillars of opportunity for IoT and the potential that IoT has for creating greater value over time through ongoing innovation. Three… Read more »

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Leveraging Data for Smarter Energy Management

With the proliferation of personal smart devices, we are beginning to make good use of data in our everyday lives – placing the world at our fingertips and bringing us… Read more »

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Couple Manages Work Life Balance Working Together

When Danny Byrd, a marketing analyst for Schneider Electric in Raleigh, North Carolina, began his career, he didn’t even know what marketing analytics was. After graduating from  North Carolina State… Read more »

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5 Interview Questions for Your Next Building Software Vendor

I concluded my last blog post by detailing the benefits a managed software as a service (MSaaS) solution delivers to facility managers. To quickly reiterate, MSaaS combines software as a service… Read more »

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Improve Your Electrical Distribution Maintenance Strategy

Electrical distribution equipment maintenance is crucial to safe, cost-effective operations. There are five major benefits to properly maintaining equipment: Protect personnel, assets, and your business Maximize uptime through preventive maintenance… Read more »

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A Practical Guide to Building Analytics for Facility Managers

As mentioned in my first blog post in this series, best-in-class data analytics complement your building management system (BMS) dashboards. They take a critical next step by interpreting the data… Read more »

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How can you leverage “big data” for energy savings?

Energy efficiency has been in the spotlight for decades, particularly in regard to buildings, which today account for 42% of the world’s energy use.  Facility managers rely on building management… Read more »

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How IIoT is Pioneering the Future of Intuitive Industries

Intuitive industries are here. Increased digitization calls on adapted control. Digitization leads to connectivity, which enables two-way energy and information flow. This enables the emergence of an even more efficient… Read more »

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Forrester Expert Explains How Digital Disruption Can Deliver a Competitive Edge

  Schneider Electric recently produced a video with Ted Schadler, a VP at Forrester Research, on the topic of digital disruption that provides some good food for thought for most… Read more »

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DCIM and ITSM; There’s complexity, then there’s complexity

I’ve been meaning to write a blog about IT Service Management software (ITSM) and DCIM for some time now, so a recent article by David Chernicoff called “When DCIM met… Read more »

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The Minority Report, The Lawn Mower and The Future of Data Center Maintenance

What would you do if you had the gift of second sight? Get the lottery numbers; maybe pick out the winner of the US Open, the horse racing or some… Read more »

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Is DCIM Ready for the Public Cloud?

I feel as though I’m a bit young to be saying “before the internet, we used to do things this way…”, but as one of my colleagues in Schneider Electric’s… Read more »

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If Building Commissioning Is So Great, Why Doesn’t Every Facility Manager Do It?

In the first post in this series, I discussed the five business arguments for building commissioning. These arguments present a compelling case for commissioning, (also known as Cx), but they… Read more »

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6 Benefits of a Cloud-Based Building Management System

The cloud is an ideal platform for multi-site facilities management. Why? In a nutshell: it is easy to deploy because the technology is outsourced, able to collect and process data from… Read more »

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Couple Manages Work Life Balance Working Together

When Danny Byrd, a marketing analyst for Schneider Electric in Raleigh, North Carolina, began his career, he didn’t even know what marketing analytics was. After graduating from  North Carolina State… Read more »

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The Fog: Direct VS Indirect Edge Computing

“Fog computing” has received an increased amount of attention in the IoT & IIoT communities. I briefly reviewed the Fog in “IoT & the Pervasive Nature of Fast Data & Apache… Read more »

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If Building Commissioning Is So Great, Why Doesn’t Every Facility Manager Do It?

In the first post in this series, I discussed the five business arguments for building commissioning. These arguments present a compelling case for commissioning, (also known as Cx), but they… Read more »

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The Minority Report, The Lawn Mower and The Future of Data Center Maintenance

What would you do if you had the gift of second sight? Get the lottery numbers; maybe pick out the winner of the US Open, the horse racing or some… Read more »

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How IIoT is Pioneering the Future of Intuitive Industries

Intuitive industries are here. Increased digitization calls on adapted control. Digitization leads to connectivity, which enables two-way energy and information flow. This enables the emergence of an even more efficient… Read more »

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A Practical Guide to Building Analytics for Facility Managers

As mentioned in my first blog post in this series, best-in-class data analytics complement your building management system (BMS) dashboards. They take a critical next step by interpreting the data… Read more »

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Analytics: A Window into Your Cloud-Based Building Management System

Running with the metaphor from my last blog post in this series, a Cloud-based building management system (BMS) is like a sundae. You can derive many benefits from enjoying it… Read more »

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The Fog: Direct VS Indirect Edge Computing

“Fog computing” has received an increased amount of attention in the IoT & IIoT communities. I briefly reviewed the Fog in “IoT & the Pervasive Nature of Fast Data & Apache… Read more »

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3 Steps to Kick Off Your Cloud-Based Building Management System

So. You’ve decided you need a Cloud-based building management system (BMS) to manage multiple facilities across your enterprise. You’re well aware of the challenges you face on a daily basis… Read more »

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Couple Manages Work Life Balance Working Together

When Danny Byrd, a marketing analyst for Schneider Electric in Raleigh, North Carolina, began his career, he didn’t even know what marketing analytics was. After graduating from  North Carolina State… Read more »

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How To Leverage Cloud-Based Building Management Systems

Historically, enterprises with multiple facilities have been challenged to manage their buildings effectively – especially at the corporate level. Even where building controls are in place locally, achieving a corporate… Read more »

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Leveraging Data for Smarter Energy Management

With the proliferation of personal smart devices, we are beginning to make good use of data in our everyday lives – placing the world at our fingertips and bringing us… Read more »

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