1 Aug - Selex ES to exhibit ground-breaking digital building operating system solution at NFMTVegas and IFMA workplace this fall
Selex ES, a global technology company owned by Finmeccanica, announces plans to exhibit at the National Facilities Management & Technology Conference/Exposition, NFMTVegas, held at the Mandalay Bay Convention Center in Las Vegas, NV, September 17 – 18 this year, as well as at the International Facility Management Association’s IFMA Workplace 2013 conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia, Pa., October 2 – 4, 2013. Selex ES will be promoting its new software, Di-BOSS™, a next-generation digital building operating system solution that optimizes energy performance to save money and increase building system reliability and security without sacrificing tenant comfort.
Since its launch this summer at Realcomm’s Intelligent Buildings conference (IBCon 2013), Di-BOSS’s ground-breaking facility management capabilities have captured the attention of industry leaders. “Di-BOSS takes smart building operation and management to a new level,” says Bruce Sher, Sr. Vice President, Commercial Development of Selex ES. In addition to real-time commissioning of subsystem data, Di-BOSS offers two unique capabilities: it tracks occupancy and it shares data with tenants who use it to affect their own energy consumption and costs savings. “The benefits go far beyond optimized energy efficiency and cost savings to include situational awareness and predictive analysis, safety, comfort, tenant retention and aiding building load optimization,” Sher says.
Between them, NFMTVegas and IFMA Workplace 2013 attract several thousand facility managers and decision makers directly involved in the purchase of ‘smart building’ technologies. “Di-BOSS offers indisputable solutions and capabilities for any commercial building owner or operator concerned with the high cost of energy prices, sustainability goals, and tenant retention,” says Sher. “These two venues will be key factors that demonstrate the power of Di-BOSS.”
The development of Di-BOSS was a collaborative effort by the integrated systems specialists at Selex ES, elite research scientist and engineers at Columbia University and building operations experts at Rudin Management Company, one of the largest privately held property management companies in NYC.