“US industrial markets absorbed 56.9 million square feet in the first quarter of 2018, making it the fourth strongest start to a year in the past 30 years,” according to Cushman & Wakefield stated in its first quarter 2018 report on warehousing and manufacturing leasing activities. With this growth, the diverse demands on these facilities have grown significantly. Given the massive size of these facilities, owners have given attention to the enormous energy spend these space intensive facilities require to operate from HVAC, lighting, refrigeration, natural gas, and water. Large distribution center and warehousing owners, operators, and real estate investment trusts have emphasized centralization of building systems to cut operational cost as well as utilizing alternative energy and peak load shedding via proactive analytics to actively reduce energy spend.
DGLux5 has flexible yet straightforward capabilities of creating real-time visibility into all of these building system assets to foster the lowering of operational expenses. Critical insights like overall equipment performance allow rapid adaptation to facility needs as well as managing maintenance predictive for both existing and new facilities.