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Beyond Energy Management: Building Performance Optimization Services Take Centre Stage

This article was written by Daphne Tomlinson of Tomlinson Business Research We are seeing the convergence of Building Energy Management with Facilities Management and Asset Management, as software and services addressing building performance optimization take centre stage in the commercial and industrial buildings market. The boundaries between technology offerings are blurring as IoT and digital innovation enable new applications and services. A diverse range of players from different sectors are offering optimized energy, property and resource management software and services to building owners and operators. Companies from the lighting, HVAC equipment, facilities management, proptech, CRE, IT and software sectors have entered the smart buildings market, alongside BAS (Building Automation Systems) firms. However, established BAS companies are well positioned to deliver on the promise of BEMs and IoT platforms, since they have the field expertise to implement and act on the insights provided by building data. Building automation players are capitalizing on IoT by broadening their […]

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