Smart building tech and service company Honeywell has been awarded a contract for the installation of integrated building management systems across all Mouwasat Medical Services (MMS) hospitals in Saudi Arabia.
The contract will enable MMS to optimize its energy usage and building maintenance across its six hospital locations in Saudi Arabia.
Honeywell’s contract involves the deployment of the company’s Honeywell Forge enterprise performance management solution to enable better management of assets.
Honeywell noted that the solution includes:
-Honeywell Forge Energy Optimization, which autonomously and continually optimizes a building’s internal set points across hundreds of integrated assets – constantly evaluating weather, occupancy levels, tariffs, time of day and other data – and makes adjustments every 15 minutes to improve a building’s HVAC system for peak efficiency, without compromising occupant comfort. The solution also provides intuitive dashboards as well as full visibility of energy performance across all six MMS buildings and facilities in Saudi Arabia.
-Honeywell Forge Digitized Maintenance, which uses sensors and system integration to analyze building controllers and mechanical assets. Intuitive dashboards provide near real-time insights to track building performance and reduce unplanned reactive work on building systems.
In addition to the Honeywell Forge solutions, Honeywell will also integrate proprietary and third-party systems across the six MMS locations, including its Enterprise Buildings Integrator (EBI) building management system to improve building system control, and a portfolio of security and fire alarm systems.
“At the heart of this mission is our digitalization drive across all aspects of our operations, to enhance efficiency, and ultimately to help us deliver the best possible care to our patients. This latest agreement with Honeywell is a reflection of our commitment to digitalize operations, helping us optimize energy consumption and maintenance that will lower operating cost, increase comfort and maximize uptime across our facilities,” said Mohammed Sulaiman Al-Saleem, managing director at MMS.