Encycle Joins Distech Controls’ Digital Partner Program
Encycle Corporation, a software technology company focused on helping commercial enterprise-level utility customers dramatically improve the efficiency of their HVAC systems using IoT-enabled services, announced that it has joined Distech Controls’ Digital Partner Program (DPP). Participation in the program will help link Encycle’s Swarm Logic energy-saving software with commercial and industrial customers looking to reduce HVAC-related energy consumption, costs, and emissions through trusted, best-in-class solutions.
The DPP brings together a network of world-class digital companies that share their expertise, technologies, and best practices to help make buildings more efficient, connected, and attractive. Distech Controls selected Encycle as a DPP partner based on its IoT-centered technology, complementarity with other program partners, technological openness (Swarm Logic is available on Tridium’s Niagara Framework), and collaborative practices.
“We are proud to partner with Distech Controls to tackle difficult HVAC energy challenges and mutually deliver proven energy and decarbonization results through our patented, Energy-as-a-Service approach to energy management,” stated Steve Alexander, Encycle President and CEO. “This development marks yet another step in enabling connected buildings to reap all the benefits of Swarm Logic software, regardless of the building controls or system integrator they choose,” Alexander explained.
“The key here is facilitating meaningful collaboration to deliver results for the customer,” Joel Désiré, Senior Product Manager, Distech Controls. “Our digital partner companies offer their expertise to help create an advanced digital infrastructure, allowing for a better understanding of the building’s overall usage as well as enhanced occupant experience. The system integrators then ensure quality deployment of the building management system and facilitate easy and reliable data exchange between OT and IT disciplines.”
Encycle’s Swarm Logic technology can be integrated with a building automation system (BAS), connected thermostats, and IoT-enabled equipment to dynamically synergize power-hungry HVAC rooftop units (RTUs). The AI-enhanced technology enables RTUs to operate most efficiently in response to changing conditions such as outdoor temperature, building occupancy levels, and individual RTU performance profiles. Instead of operating in isolation, the RTUs become part of a closed-loop system that coordinates RTU activity, balancing energy consumption more logically among the individual RTUs. This approach maximizes efficiency while maintaining desired building comfort levels.
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