an energy management and information system control center

Energy Management and Information Systems (EMIS) are broadly defined as software, data acquisition hardware, and communication systems used to manage building energy use. Comprised of devices, hardware, software, services, and analysis tools, EMIS are helping enterprises reduce building energy costs and significantly lower their carbon footprint.

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A business man standing in front of a large computer wall screen looking at risk management trends

In business, the potential for unforeseen risk looms everywhere. Fortunately, preventable losses are avoidable losses, and companies are learning that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Taking a proactive approach to operational and security risk management is the most efficient way to mitigate risks. Proactive real-time solutions, including AI-based video surveillance cameras and advanced data analytics, are helping enterprises detect and mitigate risks quickly.

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