MANAGE FACILITIES Commercial buildings need visibility into the full range of operations, not scattered siloed information.

Facilio, an IoT and AI-driven facilities optimisation software, helps CRE owners and FMs achieve operational efficiency and sustainability, in a unified platform, to help create frictionless tenant experiences.

Facilio leverages IoT generated data to go beyond traditional automation models. It integrates previously siloed systems and harnesses information to arrive at actionable insights by employing AI driven predictive analytics. The product suite addresses key pain-points and offers a three- pronged real-time and data-led solution for them. These include:

Asset lifespan enhancement

From chillers to elevators, Facilio unifies all asset performance in real-time, allowing predictive control of the facility asset landscape, and helping save thousands of dollars every month. Facilio’s ability to create deep system visibility and centralized control enhances the functional capabilities of built assets, reduces downtime and diminishes maintenance costs:

Creates premium experiences for tenants – Gives tenants an effective means to instantly connect with FMs, facilitating responsive services and enhancing occupant experience.

Identifies opportunities buried in passive data - From detecting anomalies to addressing inefficiencies, Facilio optimizes operations by leveraging data as varied as heat maps, EnPI analysis, peak load and peak energy metrics and much more.

Benchmarking & reports – FMs can now assess granular KPIs and instantly compare them against pre- set baselines, similar properties, global standards and compliance requirements.

Workforce productivity

Empowering facility teams to be mobile and highly responsive with


real-time problem insights, Facilio saves hours of wasted investigation time, and enables a smart workforce. Benefits include:

BMS alarm-to-automated work orders – with real-time equipment insights, Facilio automatically triggers work orders based on BMS alarms, enhancing workforce productivity

Unified maintenance app – Powerful and agile app helps coordinate multiple facility teams, across the entire portfolio of an organization.

Mobile work orders – Upgrades facilities management by using connectivity to enable a more productive, collaborative and integrated working model.

Preventative operations – Streamlines maintenance activities by analysis derived coordination and scheduling of tasks, across an entire portfolio.

Sustainability and savings

Harnessing actionable insights can radically overhaul the power and water consumption of buildings, predict resource utilization, and effectively benchmark energy savings:

IoT-based data acquisition – IoT generated data, combined with AI based analytics, is at the heart of Facilio. The solution integrates and leverages existing automation, rather than replacing it.

Portfolio wide performance – Facilio creates visibility across every aspect of a portfolio, resulting in accountability

for energy drift inefficiencies across all sites and systems.

Predictive analysis, real-time action – With in-built fault detection & diagnostics, the solution can monitor and control, using either rule-based or configurable parameters, in real-time.

Virtual metering - You cannot manage what you cannot measure. Facilio enables granular and detailed insights in a single footprint, with its virtual metering solution, without adding additional hardware.

Given the speed of change and innovation, buildings need to fast track their adoption of software-led facilities management to be future- ready for the era of modern, service- led facilities experiences.

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