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Schneider Electric launches EcoStruxure™ Asset Advisor for Electrical Distribution – RealtyMyths

Schneider Electric launches EcoStruxure - RealtyMyths
  • 24/7 data-driven predictive service for business continuity
  • Vendor-neutral asset risk management via sensors and cloud-based monitoring tools
  • Expert service bureau with recommendations and proactive resolutions

Schneider Electric, the global specialist in the digital transformation of energy management and automation, today announced the availability of EcoStruxure™ Asset Advisor for electrical distribution as part of the company’s EcoStruxure IoT-enabled system architecture and platform.

EcoStruxure Asset Advisor brings a proactive approach to electrical distribution, combining IoT and cloud-based technologies with Schneider Electric’s experts and services to provide predictive and preventive services for business continuity. EcoStruxure Asset Advisor services offer the ability to anticipate and address issues before they become critical incidents, mitigating safety risks, avoiding unplanned downtime, operational losses and expensive maintenance interventions.

Enhanced security and reduced downtime for greater peace of mind

EcoStruxure Asset Advisor evaluates live data from customers’ environments and applies artificial intelligence and advanced analytics to identify potential threats. With this data, Asset Advisor gives customers the power of choice for critical decisions, either to take action themselves or to leverage Schneider Electric’s Service Bureau to do so on their behalf.

“Predictive and preventive maintenance have become critical for any business to ensure service continuity, reduction of downtime and maintaining its operational efficiency. In this context, EcoStruxure Asset Advisor harnesses the emergence of IoT, along with breakthroughs in connectivity, sensor technology, and analytics, to create an opportunity for critical facility managers to move from reactive to proactive management,” said Sudhir Puthran, Vice President Services, Greater India Zone, Schneider Electric India. “As a leading manufacturer of these systems and with over 7,000 field service experts globally, Schneider Electric is uniquely positioned to work with and for our customers to take action.”

 EcoStruxure Asset Advisor’s key benefits include:

  • Increased safety: Better security of assets and personnel with early equipment failure warnings.
  • Greater operational performance: Reduced unscheduled downtime, increased asset life, and a consistent experience with an optimized maintenance plan.
  • Financial efficiency: Reduced failure risk as well as optimised ownership and maintenance

costs thanks to new asset insight.

  • Industry-leading expertise: The Schneider Electric Service Bureau provides expert monitoring of critical devices 24/7.

The EcoStruxure Architecture

EcoStruxure is Schneider Electric’s open, interoperable, IoT-enabled system architecture and platform. EcoStruxure delivers enhanced value around safety, reliability, efficiency, sustainability, and connectivity. EcoStruxure leverages advancements in IoT, mobility, sensing, cloud, analytics and cybersecurity to deliver Innovation at every level, from Connected Products, Edge Control to Apps, Analytics & Services. EcoStruxure has been deployed in 480,000+ installations, with the support of 20,000+ system integrators, connecting over 1.5 million assets.

Today’s announcement marks the launch of the EcoStruxure Asset Advisor Service Bureau in France, joining bureaus already operating in the United States, United Kingdom and India. Schneider Electric brings over 7,000 professional and field service experts as well as 5,500 trained partners across the globe to proactively service customer’s critical environments.

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