BuildingIQ Makes 2 Moves
BuildingIQ has launched its 5i platform. The company says that it is designed for use at any stage of a building’s life cycle. It is built on five pillars, the company says: data capture analysis; advanced metering; measurement and verification; closed loop predictive control and human analysis.
BuildingIQ also announced this week that it has acquired the OptiCool and ComfortSENSE subsystems and related interfaces from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).
The technology will be used in the company’s Predictive Energy Optimization (PEO) platform. The company says that the additions will extend its ability to analyze and predict building management system (BMS) performance. The technology, the company said, will be used in the new 5i platform.
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