Accelerate your journey to Net Zero
Gather insights into space utilisation across a building & see the impact of changing use of space by occupiers.
Integrate existing or new sensors & HVAC systems with CubeOS. Get one consolidated view & control dashboard.
Set up automated workflows to adapt HVAC & meet changing occupier needs in real-time and reducing wasted energy.
rental premium for buildings with an ‘A’ or ‘B’ EPC & 8% for those with BREEAM ‘Very Good’ or higher certifications.
of office tenants, would pay at least 10% over Grade A prime rents for a fully tech-enabled building.
of workers prefer to work for a company with a strong mission & sustainable values.
The underlying technology platform for the built world
Consolidate data & insights from existing or our best in class technology partners. Get a complete view of how your real estate assets are being used and how they can be optimised, controlled and automated from one central platform. CubeOS comes fully integrated with a range of third party smart office sensors that measure space utilisation and indoor air quality. Add your own sensors or technology at any time to provide more data and control functions in one location.
Insights gathered are used to set up automation and provide recommendations to ensure a smart, sustainable & productive environment, 24/7.
Sustainable Buildings Benchmarks
- Material Waste
- Energy & GHG
- Thermal Waste
- Service Life
What do you measure?
Smart Building Starter Kit
To make it easier to get started with indoor air quality & space utilisation insights, we have put together an affordable smart building starter kit that you can use in any area of your space to try out. We’ll even provide a report after 3 months to show you how you can maximise the insights and automation to ensure a healthy, productive and cost-effective space, 24/7.
Meet sustainability targets across your portfolio and achieve the best sustainable building qualifications.
Cut down costs through more efficient use of energy, consumables and space.
62% of UK consumers prefer to buy from sustainable companies