Cut your Estates HVAC Energy
Consumption in Half
with CubeOS; predictive building intelligence

We consolidate and clean data from across your commercial real estate portfolio. Get rid of silos and connect everything from your BMS, HVAC, IoT sensors and software systems to have one view. Our CubeOS platform uses that consolidated view to predict actions that reduce HVAC energy consumption whilst ensuring optimal indoor air quality.

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Deep insights.
So you can adapt to the future faster.


Reduce energy waste by up to 40% – save costs and hit net zero targets faster

Indoor Air Quality


Maintain optimal indoor air quality up to 99% of the time


Reduce thermal complaints, improve comfort and save facilities time

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Commercial Real Estate Owners

CubeOS has been developed to be interoperable with existing and new technologies across industries. 


Provide happy, healthy and productive offices that achieve the best green & wellbeing certifications. Attract top tenants, retain existing customers and maximise capital appreciation.


Reduce energy consumption whilst ensuring an optimal teaching and learning environment for staff and students. Hit net zero targets faster and improve scheduling to maximise resources across campuses without cutting services.


Adapt thermal comfort based on footfall and density of visitors to mall and retail units whilst being energy efficient. Keep visitors happy, increase dwell time & increase your margins. 

Case study

Client: Bosch
Location: Old Street, London
Size: 11,000sq ft
Type: Mobility-focussed co-working space
Project Name: London Connectory
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Incube Bosch London Connectory Case Study

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