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Bringing Small Buildings into the Smart Buildings Market

June 29th, 2022
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Time to put Inefficient Buildings in the Climate Change Spotlight

May 18th, 2022
Smart Buildings

Schneider Electric Buildings Business 2021 Examined

In this Research Note, we examine the Buildings business of Schneider Electric, based on their 2021 Results, Capital Markets Day presentations and building automation strategy throughout 2021. Buildings is one of four end markets that Schneider Electric addresses with a complete portfolio of products, solutions and services for residential and non-residential buildings. Residential buildings remained one of the […]

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Trane Commercial HVAC Business 2021 Examined

In this Research Note, we examine the commercial HVAC business of Trane Technologies, which includes their building automation and energy services portfolio. It is based on their 2021 annual results, investor presentations and related activities throughout 2021. Trane Technologies was formed in 2020 following a spin-off from Ingersoll Rand’s Climate Division. As a vertically integrated enterprise, Trane offers […]

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Smart Buildings Need Smarter Facilities Management

The emergence of smart technology is bringing huge benefits to various building stakeholders. For building owners, smart tech brings new property value, allowing them to attract better tenants and charge higher rents. For tenants, smart tech brings new business value, allowing them to optimize cost against productivity and attract better talent. For building occupants, smart […]

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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 […]

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Schneider Electric Ventures Lead Funding in the Smart Buildings Space

Memoori analysis of investments in smart buildings in the last five years finds that of the top 25 multiple investors, the Corporate Venture Capital arm of Schneider Electric leads the ranking. Participating in 28 funding rounds since 2016 to date, SE Ventures is the top investor in the smart buildings space.  Note that the Memoori smart […]

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BMS Vendors Address the Small to Mid-Sized Commercial Buildings Market

The leading building automation players are investing and partnering with startup companies who have developed lower cost solutions for the light commercial buildings market.  The latest example is the Siemens acquisition of French startup, Wattsense, which enables the leading player to address this market. The acquisition by the former Building Technologies business, part of Siemens Smart […]

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Digital Twins Advance the Journey Towards Improved Commercial Building Outcomes

This article was written by Daphne Tomlinson, Senior Research Associate at Memoori. While the benefits of Digital Twin solutions have been seen in pilot projects, this early adopter phase has yet to fully deliver on the promise of improved outcomes for commercial buildings.  This was the conclusion of our 2020 article on Early Innovators at the Forefront of […]

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Podcast #5: Driving Smart Building Innovation Through Academia!

In this new Podcast series, Memoori explores the intersection between technology and commercial real estate through interesting conversations. Driving Smart Building Innovation Through Academia! In episode #5 we talk to Elena Malakhatka, PhD Candidate at KTH Live-in-Lab, discussing the important role that academia plays in driving smart building innovation & how academia interacts with commercial […]

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