Revolutionising Climate-friendly Building Operation in Germany
A collaboration between MeteoViva and the Freiburg-based building automation manufacturer Sauter-Cumulus will supply smart data for application in predictive climate-friendly building control.
Under the agreement, MeteoViva will provides SAUTER with optimized control data used by Sauter-Cumulus' central building management solution.
As a result, properties with SAUTER system installations are expected to achieve a reduction in energy consumption of up to 40 per cent; in addition to a more stable, and healthier, indoor climate.
Following the announcement of its partnership with Siemens Smart Infrastructure, Sauter-Cumulus is the second leading building automation manufacturer to use MeteoViva's smart solution. The company aims to integrate the control data provided by MeteoViva Climate directly through the web-based Sauter Vision Center. This will provide customers with an integrated user interface to holistically operate, analyze and optimize the system operation of their buildings. In combination with MeteoViva Climate, buildings equipped with Sauter Vision Center control and monitor themselves.
MeteoViva has collaborated on projects with SAUTER for several years and board member, Dr. Stefan Hardt, says: "The strategic partnership with Sauter-Cumulus GmbH is a consistent further development of this good relationship and cooperation.
"Through the partnership, we will reach an even larger target group and reduce the effort required for our joint customers."
Integration of the companies' solutions is scheduled by the end of the year, with the integrated offering expected to be available to Sauter-Cumulus clients from early 2022. SAUTER customers will also benefit from future technology updates by MeteoViva.
Werner Ottilinger, Sauter-Cumulus GmbH managing director, comments: "We are pleased to be able to offer our customers another component of smart building control technology with our new partner MeteoViva and predictive building control.
"Together, we are enabling our customers for the climate-friendly future in both new and existing buildings."