Aetos provides Project Management, Engineering, and IT services to Federal clients’ Building Automation Systems ensuring efficient operation of all Utility Control System (UCS) connected devices compliant with energy and water policies, guidelines, and mandates.
- Aetos provides planning and budgeting investment support to our clients Energy Conservation and Management Programs. We assist in identifying new energy management technologies and conduct Return on Investment analysis. We analyze resource usage, perform trend analyses, develop budget projections and collaborate on energy efficiency measures, including energy modernization investments.
- Aetos develops resource schedules, maintenance activities, and system shutdowns. We work with our customer organizations and provide the stakeholders with inputs to the integrated maintenance schedule. We monitor and analyze schedules to determine optimal maintenance timing to lessen the operational impact.
- Aetos provides 24/7 technical support and help desk operations for Center Operations Building Automation.
- Aetos manages Building Automation System Local Area Networks ensuring the integrity and availability of systems. Aetos services include system security plans preparation, patch management, security updates, and system and network administration.
- Aetos develops and maintains software applications, on numerous database platforms including Microsoft (MS) Access/Visual Basic and Oracle.
- Aetos applies industry standard process improvement best practices and data modeling to achieve cost efficiencies.
- Configuration/Data Management
- Aetos provides configuration control and records management that captures electronic receipt of alerts and tracks current work log and works status. Events and subsequent events activities are tracked until they are resolved/closed out providing a closed-looped tracking environment.
- Aetos provides configuration and status accounting of equipment and spare equipment. Aetos institutes change control processes to ensure all library artifacts reflect the “as-is” configuration of installed equipment.