HVAC Innovation Drives Deeper Advances In Facilities Optimization

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Executive Summary

While heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems have been in existence for more than 100 years, recent Verdantix research has identified a number of technology-driven innovations which are set enhance the operational performance of these systems.  This report provides senior directors and managers within facilities, maintenance, energy or estates with analysis of some of the most significant emerging innovations in HVAC systems. These innovations are intended to enhance overall system performance and, in some cases, reduce the total cost of ownership. The report also explores how the trend of utilizing technology to improve the performance of HVAC is just one component of a broader move towards technology driven facilities optimization.

Table of contents

HVAC Innovation Drives Deeper Advances In Facilities Optimization
HVAC Systems Segment Into Four Key Categories
HVAC Technology Innovations Deliver Enhanced System Performance
HVAC Development Mirrors Broader Facilities Optimization Trends

Organisations mentioned

Bosch, Carbon Trust, Comfy, Daikin, enVerid Systems, Honeywell Building Solutions, Johnson Controls, Lenovo, Rifiniti, Siemens Building Technologies, US Department of Energy, Virgin Money.

About the author

Ibrahim Yate

Analyst

Ibrahim is an Analyst in the Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Optimization Practice. His current agenda covers innovation in software and hardware solutions for space management, workplace management, lighting and other building operations. Ibrahim joined Verdantix in 2016, and previously worked at OVO Energy and the Energy Saving Trust. Ibrahim holds an MSc in Imperial College London and MA from Cambridge University.

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