Schneider Electric Positions EcoStruxure As The Backbone Of A Smart Building Strategy

Published 30 March 2017 by Derrek Clarke

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Executive Summary

Internet of Things (IoT) based energy and facility management solutions offer service providers and building owners the opportunity to develop comprehensive building monitoring and control solutions. With the proliferation of products and vendors, building owners are faced with deciding what systems to invest in and how to insure the return on investment is not compromised by technology that quickly becomes obsolete. Schneider Electric has positioned its EcoStruxure platform to provide a solution to these challenges. To better understand the market implications of the EcoStruxure solutions, Verdantix spoke with Robert Hemmerdinger, Director Business Development at Schneider Electric.

Table of contents

Schneider Electric Positions EcoStruxure As The Backbone Of A Smart Building Strategy
EcoStruxure Centralizes The Linkages Across Schneider Electric’s Smart Building Ecosystem
Schneider Electric Uses Partnerships To Extend EcoStruxure Usage Scenarios
Schneider Electric’s EcoStruxure Paves The Way To Improved Building Experiences
EcoStruxure Should Be A Core Component Of A Smart Building Strategy 

Table of figures

Figure 1. Potential Impact Of Increased Connectivity Across Building Systems
Figure 2. Transition From IoT Point Solutions To Integrated IoT Solutions
Figure 3. Impact Of Rising Asset Performance Needs On Service Life

Organisations mentioned

Black & Veatch, Capgemini, CBRE, Deloitte, Digital Realty, Duke Energy, Dyn, enel, Hilton Worldwide, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Intel, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Microsoft, National Australian Built Environment Rating System, neoen, Nestle, OVG Real Estate, Panasonic, Pepsico, Philips, PTC, Sanofi, Servicemax, Sky, Sigfox, Xerox, Zigbee, Zuora

About the author

Derrek Clarke

Industry Analyst

Derrek conducts Verdantix research on energy management and the optimization of building systems covering technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda is focused on establishing facility optimization software as a distinct category of technology investment. Derrek has 10 years of experience as a licensed architect. He joined Verdantix in 2014 and previously worked at global architecture and engineering firm HOK. Derrek holds a Masters in Architecture from Parsons and a Masters in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.

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