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This week, iOffice and Aquicore announced an integrated solution to offer real estate professionals full visibility into their energy use in comparison to workforce activity. iOffice is a provider of a “people-centric” integrated workplace management system (IWMS), and Aquicore is a leading provider of energy management systems. “Data-driven solutions are making it easier than ever for FM leaders to get maximum efficiency out of every dollar spent in their facilities,” said iOffice co-founder Elizabeth Dukes. “We’re bringing two powerful SaaS technologies together to reduce costs and greenhouse gas emissions to unleash the full potential of the workplace.” Under the new partnership iOffice and Aquicore will offer customers the ability to: Find new opportunities to better manage energy operations based on actual workforce demand, in real time; Automate processes, improve energy efficiency and eliminate energy waste; and Inventory all assets, including meters, to improve maintenance programs. “Historically, building operators have had to make facilities and workplace management decisions every day without any real-time visibility into energy and resource usage,” said Logan Soya, CEO of Aquicore. “We are excited to partner with iOffice to break down the data silos that exist in building management and open up real-time energy data to the rest of the enterprise.” Other posts by Anne Cosgrove NOTE:This is a summary of a post found on Real Street Tech | The Smart Place For CRE.Parts of it may be missing. View the full original article at:http://realstreettech.com/ioffice-aquicore-iwms-partnership/
With the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) Fellows Program, facility leaders execute operational improvements as part of Retrofit Chicago.
Ten qualified commercial buildings, with an average daily summer peak load over 500 kW, will be chosen to participate in this demand side management initiative.
Designed to reduce wasted energy, this device works with sensors in the Enlighted System to transform outlets into smart receptacles.
Available via a mobile app, the wireless system adjusts to ambient light, movement, and room occupancy.
With access to real-time data, facility teams are equipped to make fast, educated decisions to maximize productivity.
Assess, set goals, develop a plan, and measure results to maximize impact.
In an apparent paradigm shift, increased and broader functionality is changing what defines an EMS.
State of Building Energy Management survey uncovers compelling results including lack of awareness of the Internet of Things (IoT).
Because analytics empowers energy efficiency, it saves money. Because analytics enables fms to focus on ROI of projects, it can help to increase corporate profits.