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At this year’s Smart Buildings Show, Resource Data Management (RDM) exhibited solutions designed to reduce a facility’s energy consumption through managing its infrastructure using the Internet of Things (IoT).

BMS and HVAC industry experts from RDM were on site to provide more information on RDM’s solutions for building control, remote monitoring and predictive maintenance. These have been proven to allow facility managers to optimise a building’s infrastructure to achieve a reduction in energy costs.

Solutions on Display

RDM’s DMTouch is a front-end control and monitoring system based on open protocols, allowing for communication with third-party HVACR equipment and controls. It provides data from a building’s infrastructure in an easy-to-interpret format.

ActiveFM, award-winning remote monitoring, incident handling and energy management software ensures optimal efficiency to protect assets and minimise operating costs. Its data analysis enables predictive maintenance to allow facility managers take a proactive rather than reactive approach.

Intuitive TDB controllers can control over 600 points from one device and include highly flexible, license-inclusive PLC software to precisely meet the control requirements of any type of facility. A free desktop editing tool is also available.

Our experts at the stand enjoyed speaking to visitors from many different industries about RDM's BMS solutions designed to maintain optimal building conditions and thereby reduce operating and maintenance cost. For more information about our BMS solutions, simply visit our website.

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The event took place 09-10 October 2019 at Olympia London and focused on presenting all key aspects of creating and managing smart buildings, including energy efficiency, HVAC, monitoring assets and many more. Visitors had the chance to learn about the latest technology in the smart buildings industry designed to make buildings more economic for owners and more functional for occupiers. For more information on the show, please visit

EVENTS & EXHIBITIONS | Posted on 11 Oct 2019


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