Featured Product of the Year: Lucid Building OS

December 9, 2015 By Jennifer Hermes

EMT-Awards-TopProduct15This article is sponsored by Lucid.

“BuildingOS is a very solid building energy tracking and management software package. It enables reporting and visualization of data across the enterprise which allows assessment of energy consumption and identification of opportunities to reduce energy use.”

–Energy Manager Today Awards judge

Lucid’s BuildingOS, which won an Energy Manager Today Product of the Year Award, is a cloud-based building management platform that integrates and aggregates portfolio-wide metering and building systems data for simple, collaborative analysis. It provides a centralized repository for all end-users’ building data, so they can import all of their building information, historical bill/interval data, facility audits, asset information and equipment documentation, Lucid says.

lucid buildingos image reducedThe intuitive suite of BuildingOS applications enables a diverse set of teams to drive action from data, guiding them in decisions about building optimization, planning, and tenant engagement, according to Lucid. Lucid offers a variety of solutions to manage connected buildings, including: Visibility & Reporting, Measurement & Verification, Building Efficiency, Utility Bill Management, Budgeting & Planning, Benchmarking, and Tenant Billing. BuildingOS is completely vendor-agnostic and natively connects to 175+ building technologies. Users can leverage existing infrastructure to collect data from any utility meter, sub-meter, or controls system and seamlessly access that data across any device. As an SaaS platform, BuildingOS also lowers TCO and improves time to value, the company says.

Lucid says BuildingOS has over 10,000 buildings, 50,000 BIoT devices, and 1 billion square feet under management across 10 countries. Some customers include DuPont, Starbucks, PNCBank, Google, Yahoo, JLL, Yale, Boston Public Schools and the City of Los Angeles.

One judge called BuildingOS a “good application of how connected buildings can make smart decisions on energy management to reduce consumption and decrease costs.”

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