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European Startups Leveraging AI for Autonomous Building Management

The market for AI-enabled energy management & sustainability services is growing fast and attracting a good number of new market entrants, with 32% of vendors now offering services for this space, states our recent report on AI and Machine Learning in Smart Commercial Buildings.  Leading building controls companies including Honeywell, Siemens, Schneider Electric and Johnson Controls all offer their own AI or Machine Learning powered energy management and sustainability solutions for autonomous building management. They are joined in the space by a range of specialist firms and energy-focused startups. This article reviews three European startups leveraging AI for autonomous building management. Founded in 2018, DABBEL, a Düsseldorf based start-up, is changing Building Management Systems with the introduction of AI that promises to simplify, improve transparency and efficiencies that allow for smarter self-managed building control systems. DABBEL can independently make its own decisions through a self-learning and self-configuring system with cognitive artificial intelligence. The company is focusing on office […]

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