The integration will help improve employee productivity in the field of facility management
L&T Technology Services (LTTS), a global industrial and engineering, research & development solutions company, has announced new technology integrations to help enterprise customers optimise their smart building and spaces operations.
LTTS’ Smart City, Campus & Building Solutions leverages Microsoft Azure IoT platform and connects with Dynamics 365 for Field Service. The new arrangement builds on an expanded relationship with Microsoft which began in 2017.
Smart City, Campus & Building Solutions i-BEMS provides energy management, sustainability, cloud-based space occupancy and asset utilisation and performance management.
According to LTTS, Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Field Service is an agile, end-to-end software platform supporting all phases of field service management by harnessing technologies on mobility, cloud, and big data analytics.
The solution is intended to enable real-time optimisation and improve ROI and employee productivity for facility management and operations.
With the new capabilities powered by Dynamics 365 for Field Service, i-BEMS can show a building occupant what rooms are occupied, a building operator work orders and cases, and trigger work order tickets to a mobile app, enabling real-time action by facility management teams, including security guard dispatch, janitorial services scheduling, and any other service relying upon occupancy data.
“LTTS is committed to helping enterprises optimise their smart building and spaces operations,” said Amit Chadha, president, sales & business development and member of the board, L&T Technology Services.
“We understand that enterprises now seek digital engineering solutions that go beyond asset tracking and performance management. Our partnership with Microsoft will deliver both Azure AI and Dynamics 365 integrations to make virtually every alert actionable and generate faster ROI for our enterprise customers.”
By 2021, the global smart campus and building market size is expected to grow from $5.73bn in 2016 to $24.73bn, at CAGR of 34 percent during 2016-2021, according to research firm Markets & Markets.
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