We are looking forward to hosting our third Intelligent Maintenance online symposium on 3 December at 2 pm CET with an exciting keynote presentation and lots of opportunities for discussions and exchange.

Please register for the symposium by sending a mail to Angela Meyer by November 27. You will receive a Zoom link one day before the event. We look forward to welcoming you at the symposium!

Speaker: Antoine Vandyck from Siemens Smart Infrastructure is discussing "Asset Performance Services in Smart Buildings". Antoine is a product portfolio manager at Siemens in Zug where he is developing and delivering energy and asset performance services. He studied energy and process engineering and worked in facility management and building energy consulting for 8 years before joining Siemens in 2018.

Speaker: Antoine Vandyck from Siemens Smart Infrastructure is discussing "Asset Performance Services in Smart Buildings". Antoine is a product portfolio manager at Siemens in Zug where he is developing and delivering energy and asset performance services. He studied energy and process engineering and worked in facility management and building energy consulting for 8 years before joining Siemens in 2018.

Outline "Asset Performance Services in Smart Buildings"

Every asset in a building is transmitting its exact status. Analysis with the right tools by building performance experts allows to predict issues and resolve them before they turn into problems or fix existing ones faster. The starting point for smart building performance management is comprehensive expertise that allows to bring three distinct types of operational data from buildings together:

  • Maintenance data, typically sourced from computerized maintenance management systems
  • Asset data, including the make and model of installed equipment, required parts and service schedules
  • Performance data, such as comfort readings, energy consumption and CO2 emissions

Once these data sets are brought together, they are evaluated with rules and algorithms. A crucial collaboration between customers, facility manager and building experts is the last and the more important piece of the process to achieve our three key goals: Energy efficiency, maintenance efficiency, and operational performance. All of this results in increasing comfort, reducing risks and reduced costs.