Aussie smart building tech companies Simble and Cognian join forces

Simble Solutions Pty Ltd

Monday, 07 December, 2020

Aussie smart building tech companies Simble and Cognian join forces

Smart energy software-as-a-service (SaaS) company Simble Solutions has announced it has entered into a teaming agreement with smart building enabler Cognian Technologies. The agreement will allow Cognian and Simble to promote the SimbleSense platform as its default energy measurement and verification platform for all smart buildings in which the Syncromesh wireless smart building canopy is deployed.

Through the deployment of the Syncromesh wireless smart building canopy, Simble will be able to access new projects in the commercial, retail and health sectors where clients are looking for turnkey solutions for connected lighting coupled with energy-savings opportunities. Simble and Cognian will also partner on new projects targeting retrofit buildings as well as new developments.

With many businesses focused on driving down energy usage to minimise costs and their carbon footprints, SimbleSense provides insights into how energy is utilised and where Syncromesh can be deployed for more efficient monitoring and optimised control of a building’s lighting system. Once Syncromesh is deployed, SimbleSense provides the potential for significant savings across lighting and broader energy assets as part of a smart building program.

Syncromesh is a wireless smart building canopy that is able to turn every building into a smart building with the management of costs, carbon emissions, safety and wellbeing, as well as tenant health and hygiene, at its core. The unified data connectivity platform provides building owners, managers and tenants with the ability to remotely and seamlessly control a range of features including access, comfort, occupant capacity and other smart building capabilities, such as hygiene monitoring, reporting and analysis, which is critical as the post-lockdown return to office buildings begins.

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