Facilities services provider, Grosvenor Services will share expertise about how technology is transforming cleaning services, and how to make the most of increasingly available data, in seminars at The InnovationLAB (stand 09.216) at ISSA/Interclean Amsterdam.
The seminars entitled ‘The Internet of Things – how do we leverage so much data’, will provide insight into how the cleaning industry can harness available data from technology–based systems to help improve delivery of cleaning and other services. The discussions, incorporating practical examples, will take place on Wednesday 11 May at 12.30pm and Thursday 12 May at 1.30pm at The InnovationLAB.
Ian Campbell, technology services director at Grosvenor Services said:
“Buildings are alive with technology, presenting the cleaning industry with new opportunities to maximise efficiency and performance. There is increased buzz around the ‘Internet of Things’ – the network of physical objects (devices, buildings and other items embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity) which is enabling this data to be collected.
“This has managers excited about the information they can capture and deliver about the built environment, which can result in operational, environmental and cost efficiencies. For example, cleaning operatives could prioritise areas with high use, rather than spending equal time in every location. But the potential productivity revolution that could result will only happen if they hone in on the high-value data that can have the biggest impact on their service.”
To find out more about how technology can provide valuable insights to improve service performance join the ‘Internet of Things’ seminars in the InnovationLab, 11-12 May at ISSA/Interclean, Amsterdam, RAI Convention Centre, Netherlands.
The show takes place from 10 -13 May.