UTC’s EcoEnergy Insights Targets The Facilities Optimization Opportunity Via Its New CORTIX™ IoT Platform

Published 27 June 2018 by Susan Clarke

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Executive Summary

On May 15, 2018, EcoEnergy Insights, part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, announced the launch of the CORTIX™ IoT platform for buildings. The CORTIX™ platform, an evolution of EcoEnergy’s big data platform for managing energy in buildings, leverages data analytics and remote management services to optimize facilities across multiple dimensions including maintenance, energy and asset management. EcoEnergy Insights is making the CORTIX™ IoT platform available to building managers, original equipment manufacturers (OEM) and facility services firms. Verdantix finds the launch of CORTIX™ is well-timed because it aligns to i) the continuing expansion of energy management into broader facilities optimization and ii) interest from OEMs in selling new services to customers. Verdantix finds that EcoEnergy Insights and its OEM partners will need to educate customers on the benefits of smarter maintenance regimes and the competitive differentiators.

Table of contents

UTC’s EcoEnergy Insights Targets The Facilities Optimization Opportunity Via Its New CORTIX™ IoT Platform
EcoEnergy Insights Targets Building Managers, Equipment Manufacturers And Facility Services Firms With The CORTIX™ IoT  
The CORTIX™ IoT Platform Continually Grows Its Knowledge Base By Analysing Feedback From Engineers 

EcoEnergy Insights And OEMs Will Need To Educate Customers On The Benefits Of Smarter Maintenance Regimes

Organisations mentioned

75F, Cree, Current by GE, Daikin, Daintree, EcoEnergy Insights, KONE, London Bridge City, Petco Animal Supplies, Platinum Facilities & Maintenance Services, ServiceChannel, UTC Climate, Controls & Security, Wipro.

About the author

Susan Clarke

Principal Analyst

Susan is a Principal Analyst in the Verdantix Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Optimization Practice. Her current research agenda focuses on integrated solutions for real estate management and energy services. Susan has eight years of experience in technology research. She holds a MSc from the University of London in Sustainable Development.

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