Analytics: Balancing safety and energy costs while...
Analytics: Balancing safety and energy costs while increasing efficiency with facility operation in the new normal - with customer case studies! With the advancement of data analytics and monitoring-based commissioning, energy and facility personnel can now balance the high costs of running your HVAC in the new normal. Join us where we will review real life case studies that have transformed facility operations and energy management practices to adjust to this new normal. As part of this session, we will show you how to use advanced visualization and analytic techniques and tools that take your equipment data (we call them VOICES) and transform them to the right set of actions that help balance the new requirements of this changing world. Your will be amazed at what your data can tell you, how simple it is to correlate the problem to the cause and provide a new level of well-being to clients. You will also see how every story form into energy savings upwards of 15% with a ROI of six to nine months by maintaining peak equipment optimization and operation efficiency.
Mark Pipher is the Vice President and General Manager of FacilityConneX. He has over 30 years’ experience managing staff within large and small companies and is a proven leader capable of driving teams of technologists, operations, sales, and marketing professionals to launch successful products and services. Mark has a deep expertise in the software development, cloud platform, industrial, and security sectors. Before joining FacilityConneX, he spent 8 years at GE as the General Manager of their Real-time Operational Intelligence and Knowledge Services division where he helped drive their position as a market-leader in the Industrial Internet space. Prior to GE, Mark was founder and VP of Engineering at West Ridge Networks, which produced four patents and was later sold to a publicly traded company. Mark has also held executive level roles at Celox Networks and at Motorola, in their Cable and Networking business unit, focusing on security and high-traffic data transport technologies. Mark is a graduate of Rutgers University, B.S. in Electrical Engineering.