Drive Significant Total Life Cycle Savings and Reduce Downtime
Schneider Electric and Health ForumWATCH NOW
Event Date: Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, 1 - 2 p.m. Eastern (noon - 1 p.m. Central)
Energy plays a significant role in ongoing operating costs. Each energy dollar saved represents a $20 gain in new revenue the hospital does not have to produce. However, within the past five years, less than 20 percent of hospitals have embraced IoT-connected electrical distribution systems that specifically address operational efficiency and patient satisfaction. The new paradigm shift is leveraging standalone devices into an intensively connected platform that provides a single-pane visibility to the operations across all connected products.
This webinar will discuss:
- Practical aspects for connecting electrical distribution to provide more power optimization and patient satisfaction
- Advantages of technologies to integrate standalone systems for more maintenance optimization and energy efficiencies
- Realistic outcomes of integrating electrical distribution with edge control for “single-pane” dashboard control
- The ability to analyze in real time the state and parameters of the electrical distribution network, including failure or deviation from normal operating conditions
Discover how your hospital can be leading this manufacturing trend for electrical equipment by transforming passive, standalone equipment into fully integrated electrical equipment. Understand the differences you can make in your power management platforms and take actionable advice from experts in the field based on real-time analytics.
Manager of Digital Architectures for electrical distribution
Mohamed Shishani is the Manager of Digital Architectures for electrical distribution. In his 10 years with Schneider Electric, he has held positions such as senior low voltage product specialist- circuit breakers, OEM business development specialist, and project manager. In his current role, Mohamed introduced new IOT technologies to the market in the area of electrical distribution systems. Mohamed holds an MBA in general management and international business from Concordia University-Wisconsin and a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Missouri University of Science and Technology.
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