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Data Collection and Analysis Techniques for Facility and Maintenance Managers


Converting data to information, and finally to knowledge to support the operation and maintenance can be challenging. The facility and maintenance’s domains are more data-rich than ever, but the efforts to “de-code” such data to be converted into knowledge for informed decisions is sometimes not proportional to the capability for data collection, due to many reasons. This session highlights data collection and analysis techniques to support the organization’s mission and improve the decision-making process with reliable data and effective decision support tools.

This session is FBPTA Aligned. Visit www.fmi.gov for more information.


1. Review effective usage of data collected during operation and maintenance activities
2. Learn how to “operationalize” technological tools such as CMMS, and how to present the data through different reporting formats to impact the organization’s mission
3. Review examples of qualitative and quantitative decision support tools for facilities and maintenance management applications
4. List simple models to forecast and monitor building systems’ performance

 
Start Time:

3/20/2018 10:00:00 AM

End Time:

3/20/2018 10:50:00 AM

Presented by:

José Febres
Technical Compliance Officer
International Monetary Fund (IMF)


Charles Branche, Jr.
Technical Service Manager
Sodexo (at IMF)


Room Number:

345

Audience:

Intermediate

CEU:

Track:

Data/IoT/Analytics Management



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