The importance of connected data

A smart building is about being connected. The smartest buildings join up all activities and operations regardless of systems, to enable interaction and automation within a building, making them more efficient and responsive. Integrating building sensors, controls and analytical systems with energy efficiency solutions and facilities management services can have a significant impact on your buildings performance, operations and occupant wellbeing, resulting in substantial benefits and cost savings across your business. ENGIE will demonstrate our smart solutions including innovative technologies like one single view, to improve your buildings performance for a more secure and sustainable future.

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Andrew McKenna, Head of Technical Innovation - ENGIE at ENGIE

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Andrew has worked in the engineering field in multiple roles for over 21 years. Beginning as an apprentice HVAC engineer he then moved into building controls systems, working for Trend Controls before moving into management running a team of BMS engineers running projects and FM contracts. Andrew has always had a keen eye on new technology and driving change with innovation. With this interest of innovation and IoT based applications Andrew then moved to ENGIE where his role is focused on new innovations that promote effective ways of data capture, FM solutions and end user experience.


Richard Chant, Head of Smart Buildings Operations - ENGIE at ENGIE

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Richard has been working with data and analytics for over 15 years, with application to the energy management field for the last 8 years. Richard has been deeply involved in the development and growth of the C3NTINEL Smart Buildings Analytics Platform, using machine learning algorithms for pattern recognition and enhanced analytics. His current role is in the building services asset data analytics for the purposes of fault detection, maintenance, and optimisation of energy and operations. The key objective being to minimise the financial risk of inefficient operation.