Data in Action: Smart Connected Chillers and the Technician
Connected Services combine the power of the IoT and the skills of expert technicians
From hospitals to universities to commercial buildings, seasoned technicians know what makes a building work and the impact environmental comfort has on those inside.
With buildings consuming 47 percent of global energy and about half of that coming from chillers, keeping on top of chiller performance is critical, not just for efficiency, but for occupant comfort and productivity. New technologies that form the Internet of Things (IoT) are making it easier than ever to stay on top of chiller maintenance – with data available anywhere, remote monitoring and diagnostics allow service technicians to proactively tackle potential issues, making preventative care and maintenance scheduling easier than ever.Watch the video to see how knowledgeable service technicians are taking chiller maintenance to the next level with connected services using the Microsoft cloud.