National HVAC and Building Services specialist Evotech has launched myBEMS AI, a revolutionary range of machine learning solutions aimed at optimising building HVAC systems, reducing energy consumption, and slashing carbon emissions. Advocating the need for UK buildings to improve how they perform, the company made its announcement today at the CIBSE Build2Perform exhibition at Excel, London.
Building on the success of its myBEMS platform, launched a year ago at Build2Perform 2022, the company has introduced cutting-edge AI solutions to help commercial real estate owners, local government, and education providers further reduce their energy consumption, helping them to reach their net zero targets.
John Lumb, Building Performance Director at Evotech, emphasised the impact myBEMS can have on sustainability, stating, "HVAC equipment typically accounts for around 40 percent of energy usage within buildings, so by optimising it, we can significantly reduce energy consumption, lower carbon emissions, and improve the overall environmental impact of commercial buildings.
With escalating energy prices and increasing pressure to achieve net-zero goals, myBEMS stands out as a practical solution. The system adapts to the ever-changing ventilation, heating, and cooling needs of a building, processing real-time data from IoT sensors to make automatic adjustments. Some early adopters have reported considerable monthly energy savings, demonstrating myBEMS's potential to play a crucial role in helping clients reach net-zero targets without disrupting their operations.”
In addition, a new myBEMS dashboard will transform how users access data from this digital smart building ecosystem, providing a centralised platform for monitoring and optimising building performance. Evotech is committed to driving innovation in the HVAC and building services industry, contributing to a sustainable and energy-efficient future.
For more information, visit www.evotech.co.uk/services/mybems