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304 12th Street, Suite 3C, Oakland, California, USA 94607


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Lucid BuildingOS is the most comprehensive software platform for managing building performance. Leading companies rely on BuildingOS to manage over 1.5 billion square feet and achieve new levels of portfolio efficiency and performance across cost control, occupant satisfaction, and equity value with BuildingOS.

BuildingOS enables you to:
Leverage data across your portfolio: Collect all your building operations data to get a unified, real-time view of operating performance and drive improvements.
Improve building operations: Use historical, utility, real-time, and field data to find unnecessary resource costs, identify performance issues, and prioritize projects.
Collaborate to drive action: Use our seamless sharing and engagement tools to deliver key findings to any stakeholder, wherever they are.

Practical Guide to Transforming Energy Data into Better Buildings

In this eBook Lucid and Urjanet define 8 essential steps to centralizing building data so you can discover new insights and implement changes that drive results. We believe the heart of intelligent buildings is data. Let us show you how to discover it and utilize it for success.

Lucid BuildingOS Dashboards
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“A unique dashboard tool that gives energy managers access to low-hanging fruit to reduce energy costs, while allowing for high-level trending of multiple building information.”
–Energy Manager Today Awards judge

Understanding energy metrics simply and easily is a rising issue for commercial building managers and will be a massive and inescapable matter as we move forward, a judge pointed out. With that in mind, Lucid makes essential KPIs available through real-time data collection and visualization as well as IoT-enabled monitoring, playing a pivotal role in reducing the energy use of built environment, the company says.

Lucid’s BuildingOS Dashboards create customized, real-time, easy-to- share insights from all types of building operations data, across a building portfolio. The dashboards deliver the information that matters most to energy, sustainability, operations and portfolio teams to improve collaboration and make buildings more comfortable, efficient and profitable.

Organizations use Lucid to centralize, analyze and share building insights so stakeholders can make data-driven decisions and achieve better results. Built atop Lucid’s BuildingOS platform, Lucid’s customizable dashboards graphically display a variety of building and portfolio metrics. Each dashboard can be designed to meet specific needs of users, giving them views into the information that is specifically relevant to their area of interest.

For example, using the same aggregated data from within BuildingOS, unique dashboards can be created for sustainability managers, building operators, financial planners, investors, tenants, or occupants. These dashboards are automatically updated and can be published via email or online.

Lucid has over 10,000 buildings under management across 10 countries. Customers include DuPont, Starbucks, Sony, Disney, PNCBank, LinkedIn, Google, Yahoo, JLL, City of Orlando, Yale, and Boston Public Schools.

McKesson uses Lucid dashboards to inform high-level decisions on investment priorities and day-to-day facility management. The chief engineer used hourly energy data to discover that the fans in HQ were operating on Saturdays. After adjusting, the building will save more than $12,000 annually.

Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory used Lucid to find that 25 buildings in its portfolio were using the bulk of energy. It was able to take quick measures to save 50 percent on natural gas for one building.

“The tools and services Lucid offers will only become more relevant as energy-reporting issues become a day-to-day issue in energy manager’s life. The company is arguably ahead of the curve with its offering,” said a judge.