Energy management system is a Fitbit for buildings
Building owners and managers can cut costs and improve performance with big data from their building.
But gathering data is only half the battle – making sense of it to change occupant behavior and fine-tune systems is where they pay off comes.
At the 2015 Greenbuild International Expo, Logan Soya, CEO of Aquicore, explained the benefits of a comprehensive energy analytics and automation solution for commercial real estate, with a vision for better building economics and sustainable portfolios.
Soya said that Aquicore delivers an integrated, full-stack building portfolio solution that enables rapid deployment, flexibility and scalability to fit the needs of each customer.
"Building owners, managers, and engineers, as well as sustainability teams, rely on Aquicore for the intelligence they need to operate more efficiently and effectively," he said.
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