75F Commences India Operations; Showcases Smart Building Solutions

Sets up first international office in Bengaluru; launches its award winning IOT based Smart Building Solution ‘Dynamic Airflow Balancing” technology

75F, a leader in building automation for light commercial buildings in the US, has announced the launch of its business operations in India. The India Commercial & R&D Center was inaugurated by Shankar Annaswamy, ex- MD, IBM India, yesterday. 75F is also pleased to introduce its award-winning ‘Dynamic Airflow Balancing’ technology to the Indian market.

According to the press release, 75F also unveiled its innovative approach to HVAC zone controls called Dynamic Airflow Balancing. Leveraging IoT design philosophy and the power of cloud computing, the 75F solution achieves what was once thought to be only theoretically possible – continuous commissioning or perfect air balancing. Launched on a national basis, the smart HVAC system has the potential to reduce energy usage by 562 trillion BTUs, enough energy for 24 million cars to be taken off the road.

Wireless Zone Controllers sense and collect hundreds of data points from the room every minute and send the data to the Central Control Unit & from there to the servers in the Cloud. Each night cloud computing algorithms analyse thousands of data points, including the weather forecast & daily usage patterns that allow the system to predict future conditions. Post which, a new set of instructions are sent to the Central Control Unit and the motorised dampers are modulated a few degrees at a time to achieve the perfect balance. The system also factors in real-time events, such as room occupancy, the position of the sun and weather patterns to make continuous adjustments to the plan as needed.

75F CEO and Founder, Deepinder Singh said, “It is important to note that every building is a dynamic entity and hence the building intelligence system installed should be dynamic as well. We are excited to bring to India our state-of-the-art solutions that leverage the latest in technology and IoT, understand your building’s ever changing needs, and proactively cater to them to ensure that the occupants are comfortable.”

Gaurav Burman, VP & Country President, 75F India further added, “We see a huge untapped market in India for IoT-based building intelligence systems ranging from new-builds to retrofits in both enterprises and SMEs. One of the biggest headaches customers face is how to integrate these new technologies into their existing infrastructure. With a strong R&D team in India, we seek to design and tailor solutions that cater specifically to the Indian market.”

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