WHAT IS MEANT BY AN ESTATE
We define an Estate as the collective name for all client facilities which contribute to their overall power and energy consumption. If we use a mobile communications company as an example, their Estate includes all buildings, offices and warehouses, datacentres, comms rooms, digital exchanges, retail shops and base stations.
A client from the Industrial/Manufacturing sector may include specific manufacturing locations, process plants and machinery. In the data centre environment, a client may wish to collectively monitor multiple Comms/Hub rooms or provide a holistic view of the entire facility by bridging the gap which frequently exists between IT and Facilities.
WHAT IS ESTATE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY
The Estate Technology Energy Programme provides an end to end, fully integrated, power, energy and environmental management solution. The growing complexity of energy management across the client’s
entire estate is such that the Estate Technology Programme
has been designed to centralise the management of disparate components and solutions, through the consolidation and provision of a single software management platform. Our solution offers unrivalled levels of intelligence to empower
the client to monitor, understand and proactively manage
The offering is truly market neutral and can be adapted for a wide range of sectors which include Industrial/Manufacturing, Telecoms, Financial Services, Leisure, Transportation, Pharmaceutical, Education and Healthcare.
Estate Technology not only focuses on the monitoring of electricity, gas and water consumption, but also takes into consideration other key elements such as stream, heat and temperature. The principle behind Estate Technology is simple, if it can be measured, it can be monitored and managed.
WHAT IS THE DELIVERABLE?
MPL Estate Wide Technology comprises fully integrated hardware and software, supported by an extensive range of supporting professional and managed services. Hardware elements include the provision of Sub Metering, Data Collection Gateways, Circuit Monitoring, Granular Monitoring (particularly relevant in data centre/computer room applications), and Environmental Monitoring.
The Estate hardware is deployed to augment existing client infrastructure and assists in simplifying the data collection process.