Technology led hard FM service provider, Platinum Facilities, is making its Remote Building Monitoring Solution available to organisations in London and the South East as building closures increase due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The system is linked to the building BMS and allows remote monitoring and interventions to be carried out, without the need for engineers on site.
The solution utilises the Platinum Quantec Analytics package to ensure that the building control systems are operating correctly, reducing the risk of an incident and providing 24/7/365 critical asset monitoring. It has been designed to enable critical system management, key work flow management, and energy management, through data analysis, remote decision making and actions, business continuity planning and disaster recovery.
Glen Cardinal, Managing Director Platinum Facilities commented: “Increasing numbers of companies are moving to remote working models as government advice restricts travel and personal interactions.
“Maintaining safe and legally compliant buildings is essential so we are making our Remote Building Monitoring Solution available to support large buildings which are closing for the foreseeable future. This remote package dramatically reduces people interactions, with a skeleton on-site team continuing to carry out statutory building maintenance work, ensuring that building insurance and leases aren’t invalidated.
“We all have to change the way we work and we want to help clients protect their critical assets in the safest way.”
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