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Five Advantages of IoT-Enabled Remote Monitoring
The increase of the Internet of Things has resulted in an increase in the number of deployments in buildings centered on remote monitoring. This brings up a plethora of possibilities for increasing business process quality, efficiency, safety, and timeliness.
FREMONT, CA: Building and facility managers can use remote asset monitoring to examine the status of assets and processes without conducting field inspections with human workers in the loop. Remote monitoring also allows for the collection of data on a regular and automated basis. Here are five advantages of IoT-enabled remote monitoring:
Cost-Effective Condition-Based Monitoring
Remote asset monitoring is required for adopting new maintenance models like condition-based maintenance and maintenance as a service. Without entering the building, you can examine asset data and receive maintenance advice via remote monitoring.
Furthermore, the information gleaned from remotely monitoring building equipment lays the groundwork for effective predictive maintenance strategies. As a result, equipment utilization is optimized, and downtime is reduced.
Bridging the Skills Gap
Many businesses are facing a shortage of trained staff for inspections, maintenance, and field service. The number of workers who must be deployed in physical places is reduced when remote monitoring is used. It also gives you more options when it comes to planning hands-on processes.
Speed and Responsiveness
With remote monitoring, you can see the status of your assets and services in real-time. As a result, you'll be able to notice and respond to issues that demand immediate attention faster, and you'll be able to implement mitigation measures more quickly. Faster reactions save money by preventing problems from becoming worse.
Improved Occupant Health and Well-being
Remote access to information regarding the state of rooms and areas in their buildings is available to facilities managers. This information enables you to set ideal circumstances in each rented space to enhance your guests' comfort. Furthermore, real-time insights about the temperature, humidity, and other characteristics of rooms and places allow you to improve your clients' health and welfare.
Decreased Manual Labor
Remote inspections are possible due to remote monitoring. Remote inspections eliminate the requirement for on-the-job training. Data that would generally be acquired manually may often be monitored and analyzed off-site, allowing personnel to focus on more creative tasks.