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What Every Building Manager Should Know About Virtual Energy Audits

Posted by Danielle Martin on Jul 10, 2013 2:26:00 PM

A virtual energy audit measures how buildings utilize energy, helping building owners to identify energy waste, adjust automated systems, and ultimately save money by reducing excess expenditures. These audits measure energy consumption using metrics such as energy bills, HVAC schedules, local weather information, and energy interval data to create an overview energy model. Unlike a manual assessment, virtual assessments can take place remotely – making them ideal for consistent monitoring of energy usage.

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Topics: People Counting, Smart Buildings, usage trends, people counters, energy audits, virtual energy audits, occupancy trends

Benefits of People Counting for Smart Buildings

Posted by Danielle Martin on Jun 6, 2013 3:19:00 PM

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Topics: People Counting, Smart Buildings, Building efficiency, energy use in buildings, people counters, Thermal People Counting

People Counting Offers Smart Building Systems more Intelligent Utilization

Posted by Brette Bennett on Mar 12, 2013 8:38:00 PM

Many of the world’s leading retailers use thermal counting devices to quantify how many people enter and exit their stores – and even to capture the analytics that make checkout lines shorter, faster, and more convenient for their customers.

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Topics: People Counting, Smart Buildings, building intelligence, intelligent buildings, intelligent building systems, intelligent building technology, Facilities Management, people counters, smart building systems, smart building technology, intelligent building solutions, building automation, building analytics, building utilization review and repurposing, Smart Building Solutions, energy engineering, smart HVAC, smart lighting

Office Design & Space Utilization Driven By People Counting Data

Posted by Mike Slevin on Jan 25, 2013 5:06:00 PM

When you think of improving space utilization at your corporate office facility, you are more likely to think about creative uses of space or the latest trends in interiors, but certainly not about scientific data concerning the movement of people within the facility.

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Topics: People Counting, Smart Buildings, buildings, Buildling Efficiency, Facilities Management, movement tracking, people counters, technology innovation, people flow