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Healthcare Facility Management

Healthcare Workers in a Hospital or Healthcare Facility

Facility and operational managers experience a unique set of challenges when it comes to managing facility operations and the numerous systems and equipment that run their buildings. Hospitals are very complex environments that operate on a multitude of stand-alone technologies for the facility infrastructure.

It is very likely there are some that are newer with feature advanced technologies while others utilize technologies which are not widely supported anymore. In many cases, these systems and equipment function as individual silos, unable to interoperate and share usage data that when utilized properly, provide the whole picture of how operational resources are expended. A lack of interoperability between these systems can negatively impact the performance of a facility, patient satisfaction, and drive up operating costs. This complexity makes it more difficult to take advantage of the information existing control systems provide and results in poorly managed building systems, wasted resources and higher operational expenses.

Managing facility assets strategically by acquiring and maintaining reliable data and using it to identify priorities has a strategic business impact. Operating and managing today’s hospitals and healthcare facilities are being driven by performance, financial optimization, efficiency, code/regulatory requirements, safety and the patient experience. The rising cost of energy and maintenance, financial pressures to contain costs and the need to reduce risk and cyber security are contributing to how we must operate and maintain these facilities.

Healthcare facilities are equipped with a wide range of systems and devices that control HVAC, energy management, lighting, security and more. The integration and interoperability between these systems is critical in maximizing operations. The challenge of getting these diverse systems that speak many different protocols to connect and communicate with each other and to the enterprise has been an enormous barrier. That is until now.

 

Technologies

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JENEsys®

Powered by the Niagara Framework®, JENEsys® is a unified building operating system designed for the commercial built and intelligent building space. Combining connectivity, integration and interoperability, supervision and control, energy management, visualization and actionable information (data & analytics) into a single architecture within a cyber-secured environment, JENEsys® provides building owners and operators with freedom of choice and puts them in control of their facilities.

 

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JENEsys® Edge™

JENEsys® Edge™ products are a new generation of controllers combining the Niagara Framework® with Lynxspring's Onyxx® platform. JENEsys® Edge™ combines a controller, gateway and web server duties all into a single device—taking Niagara to the edge with real-time control.

 

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Onyxx®

Onyxx® is an embedded edge platform consisting of a family of modular, open, hardware, bridges and gateways supporting multiple devices across key market segments, edge-to-enterprise and Cloud applications. Designed for use in operational and IoT, you can easily implement device data collection, exchange and management capabilities, API management, a rules engine, event notification and data storage within a secured environment.

 

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D-VXE

Data-Vision Xchange Engine – D-VXE, is a data management and visualization engine that combines edge and Cloud data extraction, aggregation, normalization, tagging, integration, rules and application management for real-time, operational and energy information analytics.

D-VXE leverages data from all your sources into a single management and visualization platform so you can analyze, monitor and control data and analytics in real-time.

 

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The Niagara Framework®

The Niagara Framework® enables for the connection, normalization, integration and interoperability of diverse devices and equipment into a common environment; supports multiple embedded platforms and merges multi-vendor systems and real-time enterprise integration into one single, scalable, extensible platform.

 

 

 

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