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the 'Apple' of industry, fingertip touch, what you see is what you get

China Construction machinery information

nowadays, we are increasingly inseparable from high-tech products in our lives. When we wake up in the morning, we will use our intelligence to browse email, brush and information, and check the weather of the day. For another example, when you want to drink coffee on a business trip, we also use intelligence to find the nearest coffee shop around, and then use GPS to locate and navigate

all this happens naturally, and many times we have taken this convenience and visualization of the surrounding for granted

back to work, suppose you are an equipment supervisor or manager, would you like to have this seamless and easy technology in your work? The answer, of course, is "yes". However, the actual situation of many software and systems currently used for building power distribution is not so. Employees expect these devices to be as mobile, simple and easy to use as their smart or tablet computers. Therefore, the construction industry has also begun to follow the trend and gradually infiltrate the intuitive and indispensable concept of this consumer product into the equipment technology

we call this phenomenon "apple" in industry

fortunately, this change is not for change. Many equipment professionals have begun to accept this trend and advanced concepts, and are committed to strengthening data mining, visualization and user experience, so as to help users improve their processes and operations and obtain more valuable business results

adopt design oriented technology. Design oriented technology can make things simpler, better integrated and easier to understand. For the equipment, this change is reflected in the automatic control function of the oil trapping phenomenon of the down pull experimental machine, such as the visualization function based on map and the touch screen interface. At the same time, it can also take advantage of the interconnection of today's intelligent buildings to help customers manage household activities and space use more intelligently

intuitive design can also bring other benefits, such as reducing system training time, speeding up staff induction time, and minimizing operational errors. Our goal is to allow users to minimize the time required for learning. You can imagine that you can use the building management system through a short startup guide. These technologies will no longer be the "patents" of facility operators, and the operation and management team of Xinda group was founded in 1985. It can easily access and understand data, such as energy usage, security alarm mode, and strengthen building operation efficiency and business continuity

improve visualization. The design of building control should take into account the user experience. Like today's intelligent and tablet operating systems, it should be more "intuitive" in essence. By getting the system data of all links in the equipment faster and presenting it to the operators together with some improvement suggestions that can be implemented automatically, it will help the operators make decisions faster and more wisely

for example, after the visualization function is improved, the person who first finds the situation can easily investigate the alarm situation and view the situation in the dangerous area. And if necessary, the safest and most effective route to these areas can be quickly planned without personal access to the facilities

intellectualization is just the beginning. Although building intelligence does not necessarily require a well-designed user experience, intelligence and integration will also lead to the automatic generation of some building functions and processes. However, hierarchical technology will help improve the user experience, provide users with a comprehensive, implementable and intuitive view they need, and help them get the maximum value from good building performance. Whether it is to improve the productivity of government facilities, monitor the crowd flow for airport lines, help them decide the allocation of staff, or help hospitals improve safety, and keep the user experience in mind, even for buildings that seem to be running well, we can help them improve and realize more value for them

buildings are critical to business, and mastering the right and appropriate tools and technologies will help to achieve its strategic goals. Today, the consumerization of building technology promotes these improvements, enabling facility managers and managers to truly put the building into use and help achieve organizational goals

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