Webinar: Increase Seniors Housing NOI & Equity Value with IoT Water-Leak Mitigation Technology


The January 27 webinar “Increase Seniors Housing NOI & Equity Value with IoT Water-Leak Mitigation Technology,” hosted by Seniors Housing Business and sponsored by Sensor Industries, covered how monitoring systems can cut down on the cost of water, avoid wasting resources and alert staff in case of flooding.

In this brief webinar, host David Duckwitz, CEO of Sensor Industries, describes how network-connected toilet and flood sensors measure water activity and deliver actionable insights that cut expenses, increase net operating income (NOI) and mitigate risk.

Water inefficiencies, leaks and flooding can significantly drive up the costs of seniors housing facilities. Monitoring systems and flood sensors provide an NOI solution that doesn’t require active involvement from seniors housing residents but can alert staff to both immediate and long-term concerns.

Not only can operator use this technology to address green concerns (by avoiding wasting water), they can keep residents safer. The Internet of things (IoT) sensors record data and provide users with consistent and up-to-date information, highlighting both short- and long-term concerns for water consumption. This approach to costs is part of an ecosystem of seniors housing property management tools which alert, track and provide reliable information to operators and staff. The ultimate goal is to help operators cut down on a major cost and keep better track of their community as a whole.

The webinar is sponsored by Sensor Industries, a leading Internet of Things (IoT) company bringing new operational efficiency, increased net operating income and water and energy conservation to owners and residents of multifamily and seniors housing communities. To learn more about Sensor Industries visit, www.sensorindustries.com.

Listen to hear how senior living communities can avoid wasting water and running into costly insurance claims.

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