Johnson & Johnson chooses Infometrics (Analytika) for Pharmaceutical R&a
March 27, 2007
March 27, 2007
Cimetrics Inc. announced today that Johnson and Johnson has chosen the Infometrics remote ongoing monitoring service to reduce energy consumption, streamline maintenance, and reduce Carbon Dioxide emissions at their Springhouse, PA Pharmaceutical Research and Development facility.
Infometrics (now Analytika) : Cutting-Edge Technology For Remote Ongoing Commissioning
Infometrics (now Analytika) is the leading service for remote monitoring and ongoing commissioning of building systems. An Infometrics program provides powerful algorithm-based analysis of continuously collected building automation data. Valuable unbiased periodic reports enable Johnson & Johnson to optimize efficiency and comfort, lower maintenance costs, and effectively manage facility staff and contractors while reducing energy consumption.
Infometrics Reduces Energy Use, Maintenance Costs and CO2 Emissions
Infometrics recommendations optimize mechanical and operational efficiency, catching potential problems before they become noticeable and keeping systems running smoothly and efficiently. The information provided enables proactive rather than reactive system maintenance, minimizing costly downtime and extending equipment life. Using secure Internet transmission, Infometrics can upload and analyze the performance of multiple vendors' equipment, anywhere in the world. And Infometrics reports quantify CO2 emissions reductions and calculate the annual energy cost of each problem.
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