25 Jan 2022 | Industry Insights
Twinview is a browser-based digital twin platform for the property sector that delivers measurable value by optimising operational performance.
Operations optimisation in the property sector ensures that operations are performing as efficiently as possible. Typically, the goal is to minimise costs and maximise operational capabilities.
Twinview goes beyond cost management. It uses data from thousands of assets in a building to provide opportunities for operational efficiency.
Every building generates large amounts of data that are often unconnected or used to deliver value to property owners. Twinview connects, analyses and visualises asset data to provide insights and opportunities to optimise operational performance.
Customisable dashboards provide essential data to assist in achieving business goals and facility managers can access and control a building's assets remotely via a web browser using a desktop computer, tablet or mobile phone. Building performance can be optimised with access to real-time data to identify carbon reduction opportunities, improved productivity and space utilisation.
By understanding how a building is performing and used, with Twinview's support, it is possible to identify areas to optimise operational performance.
Our parent company, Space Group, hosts an annual _shift conference that brings together industry leaders and professionals from around the world to discuss the latest strategies and innovations in decarbonising the built environment. Held on November 9th in Newcastle upon Tyne, this year's conference was a tremendous success, with hundreds of attendees joining in-person and online.
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Building Management Systems (BMS) have long been the gold standard in controlling and monitoring a building's mechanical, electrical, and electromechanical services. These systems streamline operations, allowing facility managers to oversee everything from HVAC to lighting to security systems. However, a new technology has emerged that pushes the boundaries of building management even further – the digital twin.