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The Move Beyond Building Automation Systems to a More Secure Energy Infrastructure

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Analysts also suggest that increasingly higher input costs – stretched supply lines and the need to invest in expanded and diversified infrastructure – are putting significant impediments (and additional cost) into the value chain. For most organizations comprising large campuses, such as hospitals, factories, malls, supermarkets, industrial parks, airports terminals, military bases, universities, etc., internal power efficiency and performance has become even more vital – especially because we are in an era where there is so much infrastructure that needs to be built and smart asset management systems have naturally become a focal point.

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