Facility IT Interview with Nicolas Waern

  • Bi-directional monitoring and control are getting data in and out of buildings in a secure, standardized way.
  • Solving IoT/Legacy problems once and for all in buildings, creating a seamless world between the old and the new.
  • Possibility to apply Machine Learning and AI in a standardized way enabling faster time to value creation
  • Making it easier for others to innovate with buildings, creating new business models and new ways of monetizing.
  • Increase customer satisfaction
  • Improve quality
  • Support new business models (such as data-driven services)
  • and reduce costs.

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