BuildingIQ 5i energy intelligence platform
BuildingIQ has launched its BuildingIQ 5i platform-enabled services, designed to deliver value to building operators at any stage of a building’s life cycle. Compared to previous approaches, the platform and services are said to provide a better building IoT solution for owner-operators due to the five-pillar approach of data capture analysis, advanced modelling, measurement and verification, closed loop predictive control and expert human analysis.
The company’s services can be deployed selectively to meet the needs of any building. They are subscription based and require little to no infrastructure changes to implement. Services built on the platform work together synergistically, so owner-operators need not worry about BMS changes or market evolution.
The platform learns daily to provide a powerful energy intelligence foundation for a building. As buildings evolve, so does the platform — accommodating new BMS, new feedback methodologies and sensors, and alternative generation such as solar and local storage. The platform and services use a holistic approach to meet the diverse needs of building owners, recognising a difficult building system management environment, demanding and sophisticated tenants, and the inherent enthalpy of large and complex building systems.
By leveraging a building’s internal data (occupancy comfort, building characteristics and meter data), external data (demand response signals, energy tariffs and weather forecasts) and 24/7 access to BuildingIQ’s expert team of operators, building engineers and data scientists, the platform is able to deliver a blend of energy saving, operational efficiency and tenant comfort benefits.
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