Prioritising backlog maintenance & reducing operational risk in the NHS

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Our cutting-edge proprietary building analytics service, InMetriks Analytics, is currently being implemented at a number of NHS Trusts.

The NHS faces a maintenance backlog of more than £9 billion, and its NetZero 2040 strategy also means that the entire estate is going through a process of rapid decarbonisation. Together, these challenges must be tackled in an environment where the minimisation of operational risk and patient outcomes are front and centre.

We are now demonstrating how the introduction of real-time data analytics can help NHS estates, energy and carbon management teams get a much clearer understanding of how their buildings are performing, giving them full access to their data.

In the NHS publication Delivering a NetZero National Health Service, it states that real-time analytics can reduce the NHS carbon footprint by up to 2.3%, with an ROI inside 2 years. We believe that these solutions can deliver much more, as we are proving in our latest projects.

The InMetriks Analytics service is a critical overlay to existing systems and harvests data from BMS, IoT and smart metering to deliver full data transparency, revealing opportunities for the continuous optimisation of buildings.

Our device agnostic service employs the near real-time diagnostics of utility systems and individual assets within those systems, and detects and isolates faults and sub-optimal performance by cross refencing historical and actual performance across multiple data sets -something which BMS systems cannot deliver.

This means that the poor efficiency and failure of assets is minimised, and internal resource is shifted to condition based and preventive works, so that estates and energy teams have more time to focus on long term strategic planning.

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