Sanalife's E360 utilizes logic-based strategies to optimize building efficiency by designing if-then functions based on all data variables. Using predictive machine learning and a rules engine to mitigate unexpected issues proactively, E360 can optimize building performance based on limitless data sources.
E360 has a user-friendly and logical system designed to create rules that can optimize the efficiency of building operations. You can use all available data variables to create if-then functions that meet the specific needs of your facility.
Stay informed about the indoor environmental quality of your building with immediate updates via SMS, email, and in-app notifications. Receive alerts when IAQ monitors detect extended periods of poor air quality or malfunctions in HVAC and ventilation systems.
Utilize E360's predictive machine learning and rules engine to prevent unexpected issues. Receive alerts and take action to address changes in your building's energy consumption, operations, and indoor environmental quality.
Optimize the performance of your building based on limitless data sources integrated into E360. Be proactive or respond to unexpected changes in energy consumption and environmental conditions with an ML-powered rules engine.
Set your facility up for operational excellence and energy efficiency with real-time optimizations that are seamless and adaptable based on daily usage.
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A rules engine is an automated software system that is designed to evaluate and execute a set of predefined rules. These rules are typically based on business logic and are used to automate decision-making processes. The rules engine can evaluate data and determine which rules apply to a particular situation. Once the appropriate rules have been identified, the rules engine will execute the associated actions. Rules engines are commonly used in commercial industries to automate complex decision-making processes and improve efficiency.
If-then functions are logic functions that allow for conditional statements. This type of logic means a specific action or outcome will occur if a particular condition is met. If-then functions are commonly used in programming and computer science to control a program's flow or make decisions based on certain conditions. They are an essential tool for creating efficient and effective algorithms. If-then functions can also be used to improve operational and energy efficiency in building automation.
Building performance optimization is the process of improving the energy efficiency, comfort, and overall performance of a building through a combination of design, technology, and maintenance strategies. These strategies can include implementing energy-efficient lighting and HVAC systems, utilizing renewable energy sources, optimizing building thermal insulation, and monitoring and analyzing building performance data to identify areas for improvement. By optimizing building performance, owners and operators can reduce energy costs, improve occupant comfort, and contribute to a more sustainable future.
Operational excellence refers to continuously improving business operations to increase efficiency, quality, and productivity while reducing costs and waste. It involves streamlining processes, optimizing resources, and focusing on customer satisfaction. Achieving operational excellence requires a commitment to ongoing improvement and a willingness to embrace new technologies and methodologies. By striving for operational excellence, businesses can improve their bottom line, enhance their competitive advantage, and better meet the needs of their customers.
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