Video: More Commissioning, Less Wasted Time: Trends in Software Integration & Automation
This session highlights four trends that influencing the future of commissioning work and what that means in the short-and long-term.
- Describe the rising demand for closer interoperation between commissioning teams and data with other project participants, and the challenges and opportunities it presents.
- Explain the mechanics of automated checklist and test execution and the opportunities this technology presents to commissioning providers.
- Discuss the ways data center commissioning, as commonly required by large data center clients, requires more rigorous management of commissioning processes and how that is influencing commissioning in other industry verticals.
- Identify several examples that demonstrate the increased demand for more specific and detailed data capture during the commissioning process.
Video courtesy: CxEnergy
- Jacob Terry, CxAlloy
The world of construction is always evolving. Whether it’s technology, industry standards, client expectations, or something you didn’t even see coming, you can always expect that what you’ll be doing in a few years won’t be quite the same as what you do today. As a vendor that works closely with a variety of commissioning firms, large owners, general contractors, and others from across North America and beyond, we’ll present four trends that we see influencing the future of commissioning work.
Among the trends we’ll explore are the increased integration of commissioning teams and data with other stakeholders’ teams and data systems, the burgeoning use of automated checklist and test execution, the data-center-driven push towards more rigorous and analytical commissioning processes, and the increasing demands for fine-grained data capture during commissioning.
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