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IBM Turns its Headquarters into a Smart Building

December 7, 2010 No Comments

IBM’s headquarters in Armonk, NY - The 280,000 square foot facility that was built in 1997 during the Lou Gerstner era, is currently serving as a pilot project for IBM’s soon-to-be launched Smart Building solution. For an investment of under $200,000 (plus many hours from IBM software engineers), IBM has transformed the building into a smart building.

IBM has partnered with Johnson Controls to bring together the physical and digital infrastructure in order to generate energy, operational, and space efficiencies. The scope of the Armonk project focused on drawing information from the building management system into a data warehouse where advanced analytics are applied, and key metrics are presented through a dashboard.In the Armonk building, the building management system monitors 7600 points of data about the performance of systems such as hot water, HVAC, and security.

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