Washington, DC and Vancouver, British Columbia, August 15, 2018 -- Aquicore, the leading IoT-driven asset operations platform for commercial real estate (CRE), and TZOA, a provider of sensor networks for buildings to monitor common air pollutants, today announced a new strategic partnership that will enhance operational insights for building owners and operators.
Aquicore, the leading IoT-driven asset operations platform for commercial real estate (CRE), and TZOA, a provider of sensor networks for buildings to monitor common air pollutants, today announced a new strategic partnership that will enhance operational insights for building owners and operators.
The Aquicore platform tracks, analyzes and predicts key building metrics in real time from meters, submeters, equipment and sensors in buildings. The platform enables asset and property managers to make faster and more informed decisions on key performance indicators such as energy and water use, budgeting and more.
Through Aquicore’s partnership with TZOA, TZOA’s products for detecting common particles and chemicals in buildings that affect human health will be available in the Aquicore Marketplace, a best-in-class network of partners, collaborators and applications that are integrated with Aquicore’s platform.
“TZOA’s unique, commercially-deployable air monitoring solution addresses the industry’s increased attention to building wellness and the desire to understand environmental conditions,” said Logan Soya, founder and CEO of Aquicore. “This new partnership with TZOA fits perfectly with Aquicore’s expanding mission to track and improve performance across all operational aspects relevant to commercial real estate. We’re looking forward to sharing and identifying new ways for our companies to work together to address the problems that asset owners and operators face.”
“Aquicore’s CRE platform is the culmination of years of excellent product management and customer discovery in the commercial real estate market. They have transformed granular energy data into a suite of innovative and pragmatic features that are loved by building owners and operators,” said Kevin R. Hart, founder and CEO of TZOA. “This new partnership integrates our air quality and HVAC data with energy data in Aquicore’s platform, which allows us to introduce our offerings through the Aquicore Marketplace and offer new value propositions to both our customers and Aquicore’s customers.”
With more than 1,000 installations nationwide and present in more than 600 commercial buildings owned or managed by more than 80 institutional clients, Aquicore’s platform has been proven to cut operating costs, increase energy efficiency and improve asset value. For more information about the Aquicore platform, visit https://resources.aquicore.com/get-started-with-aquicore.
Aquicore is the leading IoT-driven smart asset operations platform for commercial real estate. Built from the ground up as a portfolio-wide solution, Aquicore offers a cloud-based platform to track, analyze and predict building and energy data in real time to unlock actionable insights. The Aquicore platform is deployed at more than 600 office buildings nationwide, including the John Hancock Tower, Salesforce Tower, National Press Building, Promenade and NASCAR Plaza. Aquicore’s clients include Cushman & Wakefield, JBG Smith, Lincoln Property Company, MRP Realty, Under Armour, Facebook, The World Bank and Salesforce. For more information, visit http://www.aquicore.com and follow Aquicore on Twitter @Aquicore.
TZOA designs and deploys sensor networks to allow whole building sensing of all common air pollutants. TZOA offers a platform that is highly deployable and is designed for long term maintenance-free operation to lower the barrier to entry for owners and operators. With continuous monitoring, buildings can resolve disputes and quantify return on investment on all air quality interventions. Simultaneous tracking of outdoor, supply and return air ensures source attribution can be traced. TZOA calibrates all devices to reference grade instrumentation, ensuring that the data quality is reliable and credible to all stakeholders. The TZOA cloud allows remote investigation of most air quality problems, allowing real-time response and avoiding costly site visits. For more information, visit http://www.tzoa.com.