Every healthcare data center includes medical and life safety systems, and those systems are often at odds with reliability.
What could go wrong? Plenty. To get a more in-depth analysis, Michael Fluegeman, PE will highlight real-world experience in conducting emergency shut downs for a variety of healthcare systems at the Critical Facilities Summit.
Critical Facilities Summit is dedicated to optimizing data center and mission critical environments. The summit happens on October 23-25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Medical and Life Safety Systems session starts at 8:30 AM on October 24.
Michael Fluegeman is a registered Professional Engineer (electrical) with over 25 years of critical power experience and extensive mechanical and life safety system experience. He is recognized nationally as a leading engineering consultant for critical facilities and data centers. Michael has extensive hands-on experience including property assessments, conceptual and detail design, project management, construction support, business development, commissioning, service level agreements, providing operations training and developing operations documentation for critical support systems. Michael has spoken at industry conferences and provided technical content and editing for the IEEE Press Power Engineering publication “Maintaining Mission Critical Systems in a 24/7 Environment.” He is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati Engineering with a focus on electrical power, and an IEEE member. He participates in local and national Afcom, Critical Facilities Summit, Data Center Dynamics, Green Data Centers and 7×24 Exchange conferences.