For decades, Facility Condition Assessments (FCAs) have included static information about the condition of a piece of equipment; the expected useful life of the equipment; and the budgetary timetable and cost of replacing it.
They are snapshots, not sight lines, and they are out-of-date from the moment they’re created.
We can do better. The FCA must evolve to include the same kind of real-time, operational awareness that is available to users of everything from ride-sharing apps to smart home technology.
Syyclops is that evolution. It is powerful prop-tech software that can give maintenance professionals and CFOs a continuous connection to their buildings, and thus, better, more accurate, more actionable and more complete information about their facilities.
Beyond the traditional FCA, Syyclops can deliver:
Syyclops empowers building operators to get the most out of their time and assets. It facilitates the transfer of knowledge across building portfolios and across generations of
maintenance staff. It creates a real-time picture of an asset and puts that information in a place where – in just a few clicks – that information can be accessed and acted upon, saving time, money and unnecessary repairs or expenses.
Think about a single piece of equipment; like an air conditioning unit. By creating a digital twin of your building, Syyclops can ensure all mitigating factors are taken into account. It can get you the answers you need – the right, complete answers – to properly assess your facilities down to the asset-by-asset level.
Syyclops can answer:
What is the unit manufacturer? Often there are manufacturer software updates, upgrades to parts, or recalls that must be documented.
What is the schedule data on this unit? What are its specifications; is it running in-spec?
Was any work done on the unit? Or have the replacement parts have elongated its life?
Was there proper preventive maintenance done? Often things like filter changes or bearing adjustments are not included in an RUL.
What are the run-time hours for this unit? If it was off all summer was that accounted for in the RUL? The correct way is to assess run-time.