Socomec Uninterruptible
Power Supply (UPS)
  Socomec Static Transfer
Switch (STS)
  Battery Monitoring System
  Precision Air Conditioning
System (PAC)
  Early Smoke Detection System
  Water Detection System
  Infrastructure Environmental
Monitoring System (IEMS)
  Containment System for Green
/High Density Data Centre
  Green Data Centre Solution
  Active Harmonic Filter
  Fire Suppression System
  Intelligent Power Distribution
Unit (iPDU)
  Rack PDU
  Modular Data Centre
  Structured Cabling System
  Standby Genset
  Security System
 Infrastructure Environmental Monitoring System (IEMS)

It is important that Data Centres are operated efficiently and well maintained to avoid unnecessary downtime. Downtime is an expensive affair that can led to many businesses loses when an important facility breaks down.

Infrastructure Environmental Monitoring System (IEMS) is a critical element of maintaining maximum availability for Data centre critical operations. IEMS is designed to meet all aspects of Data Centre Monitoring or even any critical facility monitoring.

IEMS is a monitoring system that monitors mission critical equipment. It provides information and status of equipment that supports your critical environment such as UPS, Precision Air Conditioning, Fire Suppression system etc. All these information from each different equipment is integrated into one information control center.

Apart from just providing you with data, it can also analyze and execute certain controls for better control and faster decision making. This information can also be logged for historical events monitoring and analysis for a better planning.

Benefits of having an IEMS:
Customized display of Critical Alert Messages- quick grasp of your facilities' information for quick action,
faster response and 'good feel' of situation
Manned remote monitoring & Alert service- proactive monitoring by human at minimum overhead
Unmanned support Facility Management- 'process management' to ensure proper execution of workflows
Reduced operational cost- cost savings without compromising service level commitments to end-users

From the facility manager and building owner, to the department manager or receptionist, a diverse group of people need to access the system for a variety of functions, using a wide range of user interfaces:

• Fixed workstations – PCs, laptops
• Web browsers – PCs, laptops, PDAs, mobile phones
• Service tools – laptops, PDAs
• Wall displays – touch screens, keypads with displays