Energy-management, sustainability applications

IBM has added software and services to its portfolio of solutions aimed at creating sustainable enterprises, smarter urban infrastructures.

12/22/2010


IBM has added software and services to its portfolio of solutions aimed at creating sustainable enterprises and smarter urban infrastructures. The offerings help owners and managers of commercial buildings leverage the latest efficiency technologies and compliance systems to deliver economic, operational, and environmental benefits. For example, Smarter Building Solution connects information from the building management system, site electrical meters, the Maximo asset management system, and external sources. Advanced analytic tools add intelligence to provide operators with new information on energy consumption, operations, and space usage. A dashboard based on IBM Mashup Center provides real-time visibility into this advanced management technology.



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