Butlr’s People Sensing Platform provides occupancy and indoor traffic data, enabling companies around the world to make data-driven decisions around space management and operations. Employers use Butlr technology to create supportive and collaborative work environments. Commercial real estate professionals use Butlr technology for private and accurate insights on office usage to offer flexible leasing options while executing a smart building strategy featuring more energy efficient properties with a lower carbon footprint. For senior living facilities, Butlr’s anonymous, ambient sensing technology can enable passive check-in for caregiving by understanding movement and flagging unusual activity.
Through its thermal sensors, Butlr translates heat into human presence. Low-resolution thermal sensing makes the Butlr hardware 100% identity-agnostic and private. The sensors are wireless and can be magnetically installed, simplifying an otherwise complicated installation process, and significantly cutting down its cost.
The data captured by the sensors can be consumed either directly through Butlr’s API, or through an analytics platform, provided by one of the Butlr Partners around the world. Butlr also offers a basic dashboard for customers to get a glimpse of the power of spatial insights as they are getting started. Learn more.
Today’s newsletter is a collaboration between Nexus Labs and our newest creator, Drew DePriest, Senior Director of Digital Facilities Management at CBRE. Drew and I are among the select few invited to speak at most smart buildings conferences.
"You can't just sell the data. It's got enormous value, but it needs to be manifested and taught in such a way that people can react to it." Episode 140 is a conversation with Bayron Lopez Pineda, Director of OT Operational Technology at Kilroy Realty and Mike Moran, Chief Markets Officer and Chief Risk & Sustainability Officer at MicroShare. We talked about Killroy Realty's Smart Buildings Program and got into the weeds on how they're thinking about occupancy data and leak detection, which are two topics we've discussed on the podcast, but not in detail.
Episode 139 is a conversation with Joe Aamidor of Aamidor Consulting and Jeanne Casey of Nuveen. If you add me in, you get J³. This is the fourth installment of our M&A Roundup series, recorded in February 2023 all about what's happening in the marketplace right now. We unpacked the most interesting recent mergers and acquisitions in the smart buildings industry and dove into why, our reaction to them, and other trends they’re related to.
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