Concerto has a built-in IoT interpretation level which allows a user to take any IoT device such as for temperature, vibration, flow, volume and oxygen levels, and have them measured and monitored within the Concerto system. The information which is transmitted from those devices can be used to create analytical reports as well as raise alerts and warnings, which are pushed through a series of workflows based on a set of parameters. This can then auto-generate reactive requests and responses to internal staff or external supply chain partners.
A key component of being able to manage your workspace effectively is to be able to identify the potential of an asset failing, before it actually fails. The Concerto developers have built an integrated IoT (internet of things) interpretation layer within the software. This enables a predictive maintenance regime to be established.
Concerto can auto-generate reports from IoT devices to be pushed through the software. This is where Concerto differentiates from other software suits.
The information which is transmitted from those devices can be plot into readings within the concerto platform and pushed out into analytics, to give a sense of how assets are performing.
Once an alarm is generated from an IoT deceive, the system notifies an onsite FM team and also informs the client. More importantly, Concerto creates a reactive helpdesk job which will generate a works order which is then distributed to a member of the supply chain team or to an internal engineer. The system informs the engineer which particular device is potentially failing and beyond tolerance in terms of its value.
Concerto allows the user to pull through and display IFC or 3D models to give a sense of where and how they need to get to a space and what that particular asset may look like. All this information is browser derived and can be displayed through either tablets or PCs which can be accessed at any time.