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Gartner names Cloudfm as a leader in IoT predictive maintenance

Jeff Dewing, CEO of Cloudfm

Technology-led facilities management company, Cloudfm has been named as a global leader in IoT enabled predictive maintenance by world leading technology research and advisory company, Gartner.

In a new report which examines the benefits of IoT-enabled predictive maintenance and its role in digital transformation across different industries, Gartner highlights Cloudfm’s role in disrupting and innovating in this market space.

Cloudfm has led the industry in introducing the principles and technologies of IoT-enabled predictive maintenance to the facilities management industry. It has partnered with national institutions such as the NHS, universities and education, to develop a proven model.

Commenting on the report Jeff Dewing, CEO of Cloudfm, said: “Very early on, we saw the power of IoT to combine data and technology to drive efficiency and maximise environmental savings. We invested in developing our proprietary technology and teamed up with behavioural scientists at the University of Essex to prove its effectiveness.”

Cloudfm leads the shift from preventative maintenance and emergency response to an intelligence-led real-time model with Mindsett, a predictive IoT platform. Trials have proven Mindsett extends the lifespan of assets and improves efficiency due to maximising operational efficiency.

Mindsett combines IoT sensors with artificial intelligence and machine learning to reduce costs and eliminate waste. The benefits go wider with a compliance and risk module that allow users to demonstrate the potential savings from asset monitoring and monitor changes in temperature or failures that could cause issues such as legionella or impair emergency lighting.

David Attoe, IoT Development Director at Cloudfm, said: “Our Mindsett platform is part of a holistic approach to facilities management that streamlines management, builds in accountability and transparency across the supply chain and provides the data that is essential to enabling behavioural change with staff to operate assets more efficiently.”

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