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IBM, Carnegie Mellon Expect $2M Savings from Smart Buildings Partnership

Carnegie Mellon University and IBM have launched the first cloud-based analytics partnership for smarter buildings. The university expects to save about 10 percent on utilities, nearly $2 million annually, when the IBM system is fully deployed across 36 buildings on its Pittsburgh campus.

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One thought on “IBM, Carnegie Mellon Expect $2M Savings from Smart Buildings Partnership

  1. Why not just use Clockworks from KGS Buildings, we’ve had amazing experiences? Automated FDD and continuous commissioning. All cloud based.

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