Tuesday, November 1
Maximize Housekeeping Cost Reductions using Leadership Skills
Presented by: Gabe Zanche
The Quick Fire session will explain how leadership needs to function in order to cut labor and material costs up to 50% or more. If you are willing to apply "outside-the-box" thinking to your housekeeping management challenges, come join us. The presentation is 9 minutes and the rest of the session will be open for questions.
Air-cooled vs. Water-cooled Chillers
Presented by: Lindsay Nguyen
The latest air-cooled chiller systems offer lower total cost of ownership with improved efficiency, reduced maintenance, and markedly less water consumption than variable speed water-cooled chiller systems. From a comprehensive view, today’s generation of air-cooled chillers are presenting an undeniable alternative and strong overall value in the 300 to 1,000-ton range, where larger water-cooled systems once reigned.
Innovating Maintenance and Testing Technology for Emergency Lighting
Presented by: Leila Sedighi
In interest of public safety, the US Life Safety Code 7.9 outlines the obligations of building owners/managers, in relation to Emergency lighting and Exit signs, to ensure the safe evacuation of occupants in an emergency. Complying with Safety Code requirements can be very expensive and labor intensive,
especially in large building where testing requires many labor hours spent manually inspecting every emergency light. However computerized monitoring system has been designed to enable maintenance personnel to easily maintain the emergency lighting system without having to walk through the building.
Condition Based Maintenance Solutions
Presented by: Frederic Baudart
Whether you are looking to establish preventive or condition-based practices or simply maximize uptime, you can now do it with an easy to use, wireless system. The Fluke Connect® system offer a full solution from Bluetooth enabled test tools to portable condition monitoring that send data to a user-friendly software interface. You can view equipment data and make informed decisions from anywhere, anytime. Attendees who want to improve operational health will find value in this talk.
5 Hottest Trends in CMMS
Presented by: Greg Perry
The world of CMMS is constantly evolving in order to meet and exceed the increasing demands of the end-user. Persistent research, development and innovation aids in delivering software that improves your return on assets and drives profits to the bottom line. During this Quick Fire Session, Greg Perry, CRL, Senior Consultant at eMaint, will give insights on the top trends in CMMS including predictive technology, mobile usage, interactive mapping, and more!
FILTERSCAN WiFi Monitors: The Efficient Way to Maintain Air Filters
Presented by: Robin Zoufalik
Typically, owners, managers, and service techs use the calendar to schedule air filter changes. Unfortunately, a fixed replacement schedule is inefficient. Change the filter too soon and you waste filters; change it too late and you increase energy costs and risk damaging your system. The innovative and low cost FILTERSCAN WiFi air filter monitor makes your filter change process SMART - reducing waste, maximizing efficiency, and improving IAQ; and it can even text you.
Wednesday, November 2
HVAC, IAQ and UVC Source Control
Presented by: Robert Scheir
Indoor air contaminants are found in buildings as a result of the growth of microorganisms on the coils and in the drain pans of A/C installations. Ultraviolet light in the “C” band (UVC) eliminates this source, improving indoor air quality, equipment operating efficiency, saving energy and reducing infectious organisms generated in the occupied space and disseminated through the air handling system.
Mobile Building Management Systems
Presented by: Ed Nugent
BMS consolidates building automation systems such as safety, security, electrical distribution, HVAC and lighting. Historical approaches for mobility solutions to monitor, diagnose, maintain and control facilities are being revolutionized by advances in contextual mobility. The PcVue Mobility Infrastructure enables facilities operations and maintenance workers to automatically receive contextual information and controls to their mobile device based on their role and physical location without requiring specialized hardware.
"Prepare Now" Disaster Response Plan
Presented by: Craig Powers
Disaster Response Plan: a complementary program ensuring over communication is met prior to a disaster happening in a commercial property. Our Disaster Response Plans (DRPs), are a proven tool that helps alleviate stress during the un-timely event of a loss in a building. This type of risk management has been a proven resource for our clients, and for us. For each DRP, our dedicated management team sets up a time with the building owner or manager for a site survey, where we'll walk the space(s), to take a look at the building's key components, & its environment.
Harnessing LED as Intelligent Energy Infrastructure
Presented by: Sunil Frida
With environmental standards and energy cost savings in mind, businesses are adopting LED technology at an increasingly rapid rate. But LEDs offer much greater opportunity than efficient illumination. Connected LEDs are the key to intelligent building management, from analyzing and optimizing energy use across systems, to driving new outcomes and revenue streams. Learn how combining sensors and software with LEDs can help customers of all sizes and industries better manage energy while gaining valuable insights and creating new operational opportunities.
Maintenance Management Software and the Internet of Things
Presented by: Jay Wright
Moving forward with mobility and Integration of real-time data to more effectively manage your facilities. Join us as we discuss the past, present and future of Facility Maintenance. We will demonstrate how SOMAX uses the Internet of Things to capture real-time actionable information from your facilities and fully integrates that information into your Maintenance Management Software.