Manage energy and comfort smarter (Facility Management System)
Raise building and business value, and promote an eco-friendly image with converged services on a single platform.
Provide comfortable and productive working environments for tenants with sophisticated building services. Easily control building facilities via mobile devices.
Maintain buildings efficiently and keep equipment operating longer. Predict equipment errors early and keep energy and maintenance costs low.
Detect, diagnose, and resolve errors to keep buildings running on optimal energy and comfort settings, with real-time monitoring and data analysis.
Save time and money with a virtual test run, including automated templates and mapping tools to quickly verify data.
Restrict access with multi-level security modes, mobile device registration, and HTTPS/SSL encryption.
Easily restore and recover from emergency situations with a standby server that takes over when an error is detected in the active server or database.
Program and control HVAC and electricity with energy saving features, real-time monitoring and event notifications.
Conserve energy with real-time usage and equipment performance data collected from sensors and meters, all analyzed conveniently on a single dashboard.
Optimize equipment and facility maintenance with standardized work processes and resource management.
Manage multiple buildings with a single point-of-access control. Integrate multiple systems to optimize operations for building parking, access, and fire alarm.
in 2021 Magic Quadrant for Industrial IoT Platforms, Gartner
in The Forrester Wave™: Industrial IoT Software Platforms, Q3 2021, Forrester
Brightics IoT will enhance the utilization value of data by collecting, processing and managing data while connecting IoT devices with the big data analytics solution and the legacy system.
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- In a report called The Forrester Wave™: Industrial Internet-of-Things Software Platforms, Q3 2021, Forrester identified the 8 most significant IIoT software platform providers after a thorough evaluation of each vendor across 35 criteria grouped into three categories: current offering, strategy, and market presence. Samsung SDS has been named a contender for its Brightics IoT platform.
- The Forrester Wave report states: "The platform supports key industrial IoT software platform functions, including a broad set of wide-area (e.g., 3G, 4G/LTE, and 5G) and short-range wireless (e.g., BLE, Wi-Fi, and Zigbee) connectivity options that are among the most comprehensive in this Forrester Wave."
- The Forrester report also notes: "The Brightics IoT platform is particularly relevant in key industry segments such as manufacturing, construction, building, and logistics."