Posted on - June 13, 2022

Project
Rijksvastgoedbedrijf – Smart Indoor Climate System

The Central Government Real Estate Agency in the Netherlands (Rijksvastgoedbedrijf) was looking for a solution that would allow them to automatically control the indoor climate and achieve their sustainability goals.

The project

The Rijksvastgoedbedrijf asked us to develop a smart climate system to help them optimize the indoor climate and reduce energy consumption. We developed an IoT system that works accurately and measures several parameters, such as CO2 concentration, temperature, and humidity. Our IoT solution allows them to better control and automate the indoor climate, save costs, and improve the user experience.

The problem

The Rijksvastgoedbedrijf was looking for a solution that would allow them to automatically control the indoor climate and make their buildings more sustainable. Currently, buildings are responsible for about 40% of our energy consumption and 36% of CO2 emissions in the European Union. The aim of the IoT solution for Rijksvastgoedbedrijf is to ensure less energy consumption, achieve lower energy costs and improve comfort. 

The solution

We developed a smart indoor climate system that allows building managers to regulate and optimize the indoor climate. Sensors measure various parameters, such as CO2 concentration, temperature, and humidity. By adjusting these settings where necessary, energy consumption can be reduced, all while achieving the ideal indoor climate for building users. It is also possible to adjust the settings automatically. Based on sensors measurements, the system adjusts the indoor climate as needed. 

The key benefits

  • Objective measurements that lead to optimal control of the indoor climate (manually or automated).  
  • Reducing energy consumption and lowering the building’s footprint.  
  • Improving the user experience by having an optimized indoor climate continuously.  
Rijksvastgoedbedrijf
SmartBuilding management

More information

Increased productivity, less absenteeism, lower costs 

In addition to energy optimization, a healthy indoor climate also contributes to the productivity of employees. Rooms that are poorly ventilated lead to concentration problems, headaches, and reduced energy. By collecting real-time data, accurately monitoring spaces, and deploying automations, you can improve air quality and ensure a comfortable and healthy working environment for visitors. 

Our indoor climate system is also suitable for environments other than the office, such as schools, hospitals, and nurseries. 

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