Video: The Hive: The Future of Smart Building Technologies

The Hive was the world’s first ISO 50001-certified building and has leveraged smart technologies to attain a 47% reduction in energy consumption.

Video Courtesy: CxEnergy 2015

Presenter:
Brandy Moore, Director of Global Field Services, Schneider Electric

Abstract: This presentation is a case study on the “smart” technologies deployed in Schneider Electric’s North American and international headquarters buildings. The facilities are showcases of the company’s complete range of technical solutions and services for smart management of buildings and optimization of their use. The North American headquarters building, located in Andover, MA, features $8 million in technologies that manage the facility’s heating, cooling, and lighting systems. The headquarters earned a LEED Silver certification from the U.S. Green Building Council. The international headquarters, known as “The Hive,” a French acronym for “The Hall of Innovation and Energy Showcase,” is a 35,000 square-meter building that accommodates more than 1,800 employees in Rueil-Malmaison, France. The international headquarters was the world’s first ISO 50001-certified building and has leveraged smart technologies to attain a 47% reduction in energy consumption.

This presentation was part of the 28-workshop technical program for CxEnergy 2015. Next year’s CxEnergy Conference & Expo will be held in Dallas, April 11-13. For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com

This presentation was part of the 28-workshop technical program for CxEnergy 2015. Next year's CxEnergy Conference & Expo will be held in Dallas, April 11-13. CSE readers get 10% discount on registration (use promo code: CSE10). For more information, visit www.CxEnergy.com

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