Building management systems (BMS) can help further drive down energy consumption in warehouses, industry experts argue. This is becoming increasingly important as warehousing is a growing industry, where automatization and smart optimization are becoming the norm.
The most modern, smart warehouses have numerous automated systems working together to accomplish common goals and needs. They are typically scalable and help warehouse managers cope with changing needs.
Most smart warehouse interfaces let users examine energy-related, enabling energy managers to draw conclusions and respond proactively.
Using a building management system with advanced energy monitoring capabilities enables companies to enjoy energy efficiency payoffs by thinking strategically about where and how they use energy the most, then look for intelligent technology to facilitate improvements.
Many enterprises are at the point where they know they want and need to save energy in their smart warehouses, but don’t know which enhancements will make the most impact. Sometimes, small changes make big differences. For example, using motion sensors on interior lights can provide approximately a 15 to 20% cost savings, often in less than 12 months.
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