In this webinar session, 75F paired with Cuningham Group Architecture and Revel Investments to explore how the Internet of Things is fundamentally enhancing Building Information Modeling (BIM) with real-time data that informs dimensions relating to sustainability, maintenance, and health.
At 75F, we lead with operational simplicity and elegance. This is true not only for our end services, but our internal processes, too. In this Whiteboard Session, our Lead Software Engineer, Luke Gaskill, explains containerization and how it changed the game for our local development environments.
When 75F founder and CEO, Deepinder Singh, talks about most current-day building controls, he likens them to Lego blocks. Opportunities abound for energy efficiency, indoor air quality, comfort, and innovation in the built environment, but it takes a Lego master to put the building automation pieces together and turn them into a bespoke solution.
"Data is King." That’s one phrase we have heard multiple times and when it comes to buildings, we agree that data and its analysis is of great importance. For Facility Managers, especially, building data is essential as it is a comprehensive way of understanding the functioning of the building and its weak spots. However, good data is also the most overlooked aspect in Building Management. While there are many advanced data collection systems that can provide facility managers with comprehensive data reports there are very few BMS systems that provide this data in an easy to understand format with actionable insights.
In this blog we look at why good data is important for efficient Building Management and how 75F's Building Intelligence System can provide you comprehensive data analytics and help you improve your building.
75F Machine Learning Engineer Madhushan Tennakoon and Software Intern Myat Mo created a program together called "Deep See," originally developed as part of the 4th Annual IoT Fuse Hack Day. Deep See utilizes the intelligence of Amazon's Alexa to help you see. Madhushan and Myat presented a track on Deep See at IoT Fuse Conference on May 3rd, 2018. It fascinated a lot of the audience who attended their presentation; however, with any live demo comes the risk that something won't cooperate. We were thankful for the forgiving audience that waited patiently in anticipation. So, we decided to film a brief video segment of the Deep See demo at the 75F office and share it here for everyone to be able to experience this amazing passion project by Madhushan and Myat.
From the moment it is installed, the 75F system begins collecting data from your building and transmitting it to the cloud. We collect over 600 data points every minute, along with a weather feed, so that we understand the complete picture of what is going on inside and outside the building.