BuildingLogiX uses People, Process and Technology to Drive Operational and Energy Savings Through Existing Building Automation Infrastructure

App Layer: FDD
App Layer: Energy Management
App Layer: Supervisory Control
Network Layer: Integration

Founded in 2006, BuildingLogiX has been on the cutting edge of building analytics, FDD and AI for almost 20 years. Their team consists of Energy Engineers, Software Engineers, BAS programmers, and Mechanical Engineers. They work with clients to onboard, configure, and accelerate adoption of FDD and analytics into the operational context of building operation and optimization. They are a Master System Integrator as well as a distributor for Tridium and Vykon and work with clients around the country to drive better operating buildings through People, Process and Technology.

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The technology and corresponding software applications BuildingLogiX's has developed are designed to analyze and collect large amounts of building automation and facility data in real time. They then organize, archive and run rules-based analytics on the data. This provides the user a wide range of options that can be used to understand Enterprise, Facility, System and Device level performance aggregated into a Building or Campus level portal available through various interfaces and customizable for different stakeholders.

The BuildingLogiX Data eXchange (BDX) has been installed on >300 million square-feet of conditioned space spanning more than 2,000 buildings across North America over the past decade. Their clients include notable organizations from the government, education and health care market segments.

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"What we’ve learned through our engagement with BuildingLogiX is that the more we can do digitally and proactively, the more we can drive down operating costs, and the smarter and cheaper we can operate. The Connected Building Services has been instrumental to our success."
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