Webinar Artificial Building Intelligence on 03.05.
Artificial Building Intelligence with iTWO fm and the EcoStruxure Building Advisor ™
Increase in efficiency by combining Planned and preventive maintenance in building management
By combining iTWO fm from RIB (Planned Maintenance) and the EcoStruxure Building Advisor ™ from Schneider Electric (Preventive Maintenance) - thanks to artificial intelligence - problems in systems can be recognized before they arise and then remedied by fully automated processes.
This reversal from reactive to condition-oriented maintenance means that damage and downtimes on systems can be minimized and the service life can be extended and, conversely, enormous costs can be saved, which means that their use pays for itself.
In our Webinar on 03.05.2022 at 10 a.m. Find out how it is already possible today to operate intelligent buildings with our partner Schneider Electric. In this cooperation, we rely on artificial intelligence (AI) to minimize maintenance costs.
idea of our speakers:
Stephan has 20 years of CAFM experience. In 2001 he already wrote his diploma thesis on the use of CAFM systems for building operations. After positions in consulting, project management and sales at various CAFM manufacturers, Stephan D'Oria has been heading our RIB IMS branch in southern Germany for eleven years and is now responsible for the entire National Sales (DACH) area. When he's not over ponders, runs Stephan mountain marathon, rides a mountain bike or plays football, also with his children.
Since studying supply engineering, Ingo has been involved in various positions and companies with building automation and the optimization of corresponding systems. For more than 5 years he has been heading the digital service office and contributing to the successful use of cloud-based optimization platforms and services from Schneider Electric for customers. Ingo is married and has two children. His hobbies include running, amateur theater and his own smart home.
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