When an airports HVAC system consumes 60-70% of it’s energy, building analytics can have a particularly powerful impact on energy consumption. Building data analytics transforms airport operations by providing real-time visibility and insight into equipment performance, customer comfort, and environmental conditions.
I’m not sure how many people in the property industry have experienced how software is made and the roles within a software development team. As the founder of a building analytics company, I certainly have, and I can tell you that everyone in a company like mine...
Achieving higher environmental ratings by increasing the efficiency of your buildings results in a suite of extra benefits for owners and operators. Of those benefits, increased asset valuation, happier tenants, accountable contractors and industry recognition tops the list for building owner Bill Jenkins.
Five simple guidelines that can help every real estate portfolio meet their climate change commitment efficiently and successfully
By applying a smart, data-driven approach to your carbon neutrality journey, you can benefit from more than just energy savings and improved outcomes across the entire spectrum of your building operations management while driving up the profitability of your asset.
We’re kicking off a CIM podcast series this week covering some of the hot topics in building operations management. As such, we thought it fitting to start with a subject that is close to our hearts – the environment.
If your building analytics solution isn’t seamlessly identifying and resolving issues, if it isn’t backed by serious technical engineering support, and if it isn’t independent, then chances are you are paying more than you should without adding maximum value to your buildings.
I’m excited to announce we’ve changed our name from CIM Enviro to CIM. We’ve also updated our logo, look and feel and renamed ACE—our award-winning building analytics platform—to PEAK. I want to share the reasons why.
The comfort of tenants and customers in shopping centres is a critical factor in their success. When a person enters the centre, the temperature needs to be just right, allowing for the external conditions and thermal load created by people and equipment in the...
On the first of August I attended the AIRAH Big Data & Analytics conference in Sydney with our Chief Data Scientist, Dr. Troy Wilson. I don’t have a background in the industry at all (I just graduated with a degree in Global Studies) but from listening to the presentations and panel discussions throughout the day, there were a few big questions that seemed to be on everyone’s mind.
I was stoked to have my article published in The Sydney Morning Herald discussing how machine learning and automation are giving REITS more control.
As more property owners leverage simple-to-understand building intelligence, machine learning and mechanical engineering into their day-to-day operations, they will see massive improvements in their efficiency, productivity and sustainability across property portfolios.
In the eight weeks I’ve been with CIM Enviro, I have experienced firsthand the sky-rocketing growth this Australian-founded company is undergoing. As we continue to grow, I thought it would be interesting to take a look back at the environmental metrics we’ve delivered as we put sustainability at the fore.
As a self-confessed “big building geek”, I admit to sometimes getting emotional about the way buildings are managed – frustration, bewilderment, even depression – but more recently I am feeling the excitement.
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