Driving Energy Efficiency in Small- and Medium-Size Buildings

The Intel Building Management Platform features PowerTools device and data management technology from CANDI, an operating system from Wind River and McAfee security. The problems the Intel BMP is meant to solve, Intel says, revolve around the difficulty and expense of integrating incompatible legacy systems and the data they produce. IoT-based solutions to this point, according to Intel, have focused to this point on separate silos (such as lighting or HVAC), the company said.

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By | August 9th, 2016|CANDI News|0 Comments

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