ICONICS are proud to have supported Deloitte in delivering not only a space that forms the central hub of their new campus, but the World’s first BREEAM Outstanding and WELL Certified Gold building that is both sustainable and entirely human-centred.
Fora selected ICONICS’ Intelligent Building platform, powered by Microsoft Azure Digital Twins to provide the insights into their work-space. By integrating multiple systems including the Building Management System and additional IoT occupancy and environmental sensors, the ICONICS platform provides Fora with a unified digital twin model of their resident work-space that provides operational insights such as highlighting environmental conditions as well as providing analytics on the utilisation.
The Department for BEIS within the UK Government have begun a journey with ICONICS that has allowed them to build a scalable, Azure cloud-based solution that pulls together a variety of disparate property based data sources and systems; think everything from lease agreements to meter readings across 180 buildings. BEIS can now see and prioritise the most underutilised buildings across their entire estate based on real-time data.
A small, covert team of engineers at Microsoft cast aside suggestions that the company spend US$60 million to turn its 500-acre headquarters into a smart campus to achieve energy savings and other efficiency gains. Instead, applying an “Internet of Things meets Big Data” approach, the team invented a data-driven software solution based upon ICONICS COTS software that is slashing the cost of operating the campus’ 125 buildings saving Microsoft millions of dollars.
E.ON embarked on a project with ICONICS, delivered by Cougar Automation Ltd (a certified Gold partner of ICONICS), to allow E.ON to visualise and control its regional Energy Centres in one front-end, 64-bit solution from its brand new central control room in the heart of London.
At its opening, the T5 Terminal at the London Heathrow airport included over 50 different systems, producing a massive tag count of over 3 million, handled easily due to the robust nature of ICONICS HMI/SCADA software.
The University of Bristol is one of the top ranking universities in the UK composed of 25 academic schools. Wanting to integrate the campus buildings to provide a secure, future-proof centralised building management solution, the university turned to Cougar Automation Ltd. and ICONICS’ GENESIS64™.
Schiphol Airport selected ICONICS for their Building Management software to run on over 30 PLCs, while monitoring over 300,000 tags. ICONICS HMI/SCADA software, implemented by JCI Netherlands, runs on three Microsoft Windows terminal servers and allows all 30 operators to work on the system at the same time as they monitor HVAC, Fire, Security, Lighting, Telephone and Water Systems.
With over 6.5 million square feet under one roof, the Pentagon is the world’s largest office building complex. Using O&M Engineering, Inc. and ICONICS HMI/SCADA software to monitor HVAC, Fire, Security, Lightning, Water Systems, Hazardous Agent Monitoring and more, building control management is more user-friendly and effective for Pentagon Operators.
ICONICS paired its HMI/SCADA software with Vortechs Automation to provide Solebury School with pre-emptive alarming through a Centralised Control Room, full point-and-click control, improved Energy Efficiency, Building and Energy Management along with integration with existing Microsoft Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.
Founded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia is made up of 11 schools in Charlottesville, VA, plus the College at Wise, spread out in over 500 buildings or facilities within 1,606 acres. The University offers bachelor’s, master’s, educational specialist, first-professional degrees (law and medicine), and doctoral degrees in a growing variety fields. The University of Virginia was named as the No. 2 best public university in the 2014 edition of the U.S. News and World Report ra
The Peirce School is a public elementary school located in the town of Arlington, MA. The school is named after Captain Solomon Peirce, who served in the Revolutionary War. The original school building was built in 1924 and demolished in 2001. The current school facilities were built in 2003.