An Overview of LBS Cloud
Building management can be a complex and time-consuming task, especially for those who manage multiple properties. It requires constant monitoring of utilities and equipment, as well as the ability to make informed decisions based on data analysis. Fortunately, cloud services have made building management more efficient and convenient than ever before. In this blog post, we’ll take a closer look at LBS Cloud and the benefits it offers.
LBS Cloud is a private and secure platform that allows building managers to access their portfolio of proprietary data from anywhere in the world. With LBS Cloud, managers can gain access to data visualizations, consumption reports, and alerts on utility performance. This real-time efficiency platform analyzes inefficiencies, enabling informed decision-making.
Utility Data Systems
One of the key features of LBS Cloud is the Utility Data Systems (UDS) dashboard, which provides access to all utility bills, budgeting tools, direct download, and integration with EPA Portfolio Manager all in one location. This means that building managers can easily keep track of utility costs and manage budgets in real time.
Online Remote Controls
LBS Cloud also offers online remote controls, which integrate hardware and software controls (such as Boiler Controls, BMS, Electric, Co-generation, Renewables, and Sub-metering) into the LBS Operating System for remote and automated smart controls. This enables building managers to remotely control and monitor various aspects of their buildings, ensuring optimal performance and efficiency.
Another benefit of LBS Cloud is software customization. Live Buildings understands that each building is unique and requires a tailored approach to management. As such, LBS is always willing to accommodate clients’ needs by offering customized software, formats, or features upon request.
In conclusion, cloud services like LBS Cloud have revolutionized building management, making it more efficient and convenient than ever before. With real-time data analysis, remote controls, and software customization, building managers can make informed decisions and improve the performance and efficiency of their properties.