The major hurdle in modern building is the multiple systems which do not share data, usually due to systems originating from different vendors.
However, through a unified platform, the data in these systems can be used to improve the operation, comfort and sustainability, making the building smarter in enhancing asset and resource productivity.
The technology leverages on Subject Matter Experts’ experience and Machine Learning to deliver self-learning solutions to reduce carbon footprints and enhance productivity.
The technology is intended to optimize energy usage without compromising comfort, remove human error and take over mundane human efforts, and channel human touch points to more strategic roles.
Deployment of the technology can be facilitated with minimum to no new hardware, in shorter duration. The lower charges of the technology as compared to traditional tools, lead to operational rather than capital expense.
The technology can be considered a unified platform for smart estate application.
The technology is capable of extracting data from multiple building management system (BMS) of different brands and sources into a single data lake. This could be either in BrickSchema or Haystack format, providing them with a remote view of status and performance.
Companies within the built environment industry such as hospitals, shopping malls, office buildings, manufacturing plants and commercial buildings will be able to tap on the technology for use-cases such as: