Melbourne’s Blue IoT notes soaring demand for disruptive smart BMS offering

Melbourne-based green technology specialist Blue IoT is noting rapidly growing demand for what it bills as Australia’s first end-to-end IoT Intelligent Cloud building management system.

Blue IoT founder and chief innovation officer Bob Sharon

“It’s all about changing the rules and the ways things have been done traditionally in order to deliver long term sustainable outcomes for governments, organisations, companies, workers and communities,” said Blue IoT founder and chief innovation officer Bob Sharon.

Launched in 2016, Blue IoT delivers smart buildings, cities and spaces, having developed a key supply chain focused on capability, experience and culture providing reduced energy and maintenance costs, reduced risks of outages and safety issues, and improved human comfort resulting in higher productivity.

It does this by providing a broad range of calibrated IoT sensors, private networks, integration with various platforms, big data analytics, machine learning and Artificial Intelligence, human interpretation of data and turnkey service delivery.

The firm – which flagged it had met the challenge of integrating a diverse range of IoT devices, networks and platforms with two-way communication – said its Virtual Intelligent BMS meant users no longer needed to opt for a traditional proprietary BMS, which “is both expensive, local and cumbersome.”

In addition, Blue IoT emphasised its offering uses low cost and secure wireless sensors and edge devices,  capable of capturing and aggregating data from multiple sources.

Key features include predictive and prescriptive maintenance, end to end cyber security with Distributed Denial of Service attack protection, and Australian data sovereignty.

“This is a BMS on steroids that utilises a globally supported data analytics platform as the brains that delivers all the traditional BMS functions,” it added. “The same platform simultaneously correlates, analyses and machine learns mountains of data every second in order to further optimize building infrastructure applicable to shopping centres, hospitals, buildings, manufacturing, mining, data centres, open spaces, HVAC systems etc., in real time.”

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