Schneider Electric equips hospitals to effectively serve patients

Schneider Electric, the global leader in digital transformation of energy management and automation, has been helping hospitals in the Philippines address challenges brought about by COVID-19 pandemic, as well as effectively capacitating them in the longer-term.

“Schneider Electric has been at the forefront of the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic by providing technical expertise, guidelines, automation, and monitoring options for isolation rooms and prefabricated modular intensive care units. We do this by collaborating with designers, consultants, and partners to ensure that solutions more than meet requirements while being compliant to standards,” explains Tony Kang, Business Vice-President for Secure Power at Schneider Electric Philippines.

As hospitals are critical facilities with 24/7 operations, its owners and operators must consider facility uptime, energy use, and energy efficiency. Through its digital energy management systems, Schneider Electric helps maintain efficient heating, ventilation, and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems, as well as electrical distribution, information technology, and security systems in hospitals. The company also provides back-up power in the event of power outages and other disruptions.

“Through Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure for Healthcare platform, we are able to provide end-to-end solutions for the digitization and transformation of hospitals. We connect different equipment and hospital systems, monitor real-time operations from a single dashboard, collect and analyze data, and take action on potential critical challenge, leveraging on the power of the Internet of Things,” shares Kang.

Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure for Healthcare platform has three levels. First, Connected Products have embedded connectivity and intelligence, designed to retrieve and send data to the edge computing layer. Second, Edge Control contains an integrated suite of software applications for building, power, and IT management, all of which enable hospitals to maximize efficiency and business performance. Third, Apps, Analytics & Services, would take all the data gathered and turn it to actionable information across the entire hospital infrastructure. By collecting data from the sensors in connected devices, Schneider Electric’s predictive analytics and experts can identify potential issues in a hospital, as well as provide recommendations for enhanced efficiency. 

All these allow for hospital systems to work efficiently, ensuring the safety of both staff and patients. Schneider Electric ensures safe and efficient HVAC systems in hospitals by controlling and maintaining the air change rate at different areas, keeping it at optimum levels through air flow sensors and variable speed drives. 

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