Aggregating your building operations into one common monitoring-and-control data environment is fast becoming a necessity in today’s competitive market. One of the early adopters to deploy this strategy in the US
The concept is simple and fairly straightforward -- review operational aspects involved with a facility, install building automation devices, connect the properties to the network, aggregate the systems back to a central command center, and rethink your property and facility management functions. But while the concept might be simple in theory, rethinking 100-year old systems and processes, selecting the right technology, and changing the fundamental structure of your project operations is not easy.
One of the early adopters to deploy this strategy in the US is Boston Properties.