Qatar buildings to host IntelliFace Systems
Bayville, New Jersey, March 13, 2013
The first foreign installation of the next-generation sustainable resource and energy management system from Quality Attributes Software (QAS) will be done in Qatar.
IntelliFace will be installed in 16 of Qatar's buildings, a statement said.
Thirteen IntelliFace systems will be installed in buildings in Education City, located on the outskirts of Doha.
Education City houses educational facilities from school age to research level and branch campuses of some of the world's leading universities. In addition, three systems will go into facilities in Doha, home to well over half the country's population.
"The Qatar agreement is a milestone for IntelliFace and QAS and is even more impressive given the system was just introduced late last year," said Nico Willis, president of QAS. "We are confident these projects will open up a multitude of opportunities with the Qatar Foundation, as well as with other projects the country is planning."
IntelliFace can interface with any type of existing system or platform in any format or language. This cloud application has the ability to collect limitless end-to-end "real data" from all measurable resources within a facility and then manage, analyse and store it. This highly intelligent application has the ability to process millions of data points in seconds and then adjust the data sets in real time. The graphic presentations present an x-ray view of the energy flow of the building, measuring the energy usage for optimum analysis and management, it said.
IntelliFace gives facility managers the ability to monitor every aspect of a facility's operations, regardless of the systems being used. This information is essential to understanding if a building is running efficiently and, if it isn't, identifying and correcting any issues.
IntelliFace also provides an analysis of energy and resource performance, identifying trends as well as issues needing to be addressed, said the statement. - TradeArabia News Service
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