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Singapore to witness first iFM solution

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To offer Singapore with its first IoT (Internet of Things) Facilities Management (iFM) solution, International Enterprise (IE) Singapore has facilitated a partnership between Certis Group (Certis) and Eutech Cybernetic Pte Ltd (Eutech). The iFM solution targets the pre-identified markets.

From optimising energy consumption to physical security to maintenance, the new iFM solution enables facility owners to centrally manage and integrate building operations. It also takes care of health and safety, space, and tenant services.

Certis is an integrated security firm in Asia Pacific and the Middle East. Eutech is a Singapore based SME focusing on the design, development and implementation of software for the Digital Workplace, Smart Buildings and IoT. IE Singapore is intelligently doing the match making of the  complementary strengths of each company. Understanding the needs, it is connecting them to jointly work on the newly launched iFM solution.

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IE Singapore will also be offering financial assistance for Eutech’s recent re-branding exercise for its iviva smart city platform. Eutech’s proprietary data management software – iviva will be applied on Certis Group’s iFM platform.

Facility owners will be able to implement predictive maintenance systems to reduce energy and water consumption in its infrastructure through the iFM solution. The mobile facility management dashboard allows users to find out at a glance which utilities are consuming more energy and water than required, allowing them to reduce usage or rectify any faults or discrepancies in the system.
The solution also allows facility owners to reduce manpower required and increase operational efficiencies in security, cleaning, maintenance and operations through the use of smart technologies – IoT devices, Big Data, Cloud and Artificial Intelligence (AI).
Visitors are tracked in real-time throughout their journey in the building, and their behaviours and preferences analysed in real-time through pattern analytics and AI. This enables facility owners to anticipate and prevent security breaches by constructing the risk profiles of visitors and detecting anomalies.

Following the launch in Singapore, Certis and Eutech will scale up this new iFM platform abroad. Under the partnership, Certis and Eutech will target new business segments in Australia and Hong Kong together. IE Singapore is partnering both companies through the introduction of smart city leads in Australia, Hong Kong and other key markets.

Both companies will be able to leverage Certis Group’s global presence in Australia and Hong Kong and its existing customer base to make inroads into facilities management across industries in the two markets. Tapping Certis Group’s network, Eutech can develop a track record for its comprehensive smart city management solutions.

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