SERVICE. SOLUTION. INTEGRATION.
OME’s mission is to service our existing and potential clients from the first handshake through the life of the facility, as the premiere provider of automated solutions that optimize critical facility operation and maintenance. Our goal is to provide flexible solutions that integrate seamlessly into a company’s current operation and work flow so that the client can see every major system in the facility; control the data through open interoperable systems architecture and best-in-class software and hardware components; and save through data analysis by making adjustments that impact a company where it matters most.
INNOVATION. ENTREPRENEURIALISM. RECOGNITION.
OME was incorporated in 1994 as O&M Engineering, Inc. in Baltimore, to address the diverse computer application needs of facility operation and maintenance professionals. Our vision was to provide digital process enhancements to facility operation for maintenance professionals that would enable them to see their facility data, control it through software seamlessly integrated into the existing architecture and provide cost-saving solutions based on the data.
We started with visualization techniques for processing large amounts of critical facility data and transitioned into a full-service provider for the market. Since inception, our engineers have focused on the enhancement of automation systems and the ease-of-use interfaces for facility management. After 20 years, and through the integration of computerized and automated technology in nearly every facet of the facility management industry, OME is the market leader in providing industry and user -specific solutions which enable not only analysis of efficiency and usage and management of facility technologies, but also a means of control of those same building and facility controls.
IDENTIFYING TODAY’S TECHNOLOGIES FOR TOMORROW’S SOLUTIONS.
Today, our engineers are utilizing technologies that facilitate smart-grid automation and correlate irregular data structures or information hierarchies, as well as testing concepts like the “Internet of Things” (IoT) to construct the next generation of facility optimization.