The company aims to create safer, more sustainable communities, one building at a time, via the Internet of Things
Smart buildings company BuildingDNA has been named as winner of the Overall Smart City Solution of the Year award from IoT Breakthrough, an independent organisation that recognises the top companies, technologies and products in the global Internet of Things (IoT) market today.
Category winners included Philips Lighting for Lighting Company of the Year and PTC as Industrial IoT Company of the Year. The full list of winners can be found at here.
BuildingDNA’s mission is to is create safer, more sustainable communities, “one building at a time”. Via the Internet of Things, it provides "Intrabuilding Visual Awareness" (IVA) with powerful applications in public safety, business continuity and building maintenance. This combination of smart visual mapping, connected building systems and predictive/prescriptive analytics is changing the game for both first responders and facility managers.
“BuildingDNA is honoured to receive IoT Breakthrough’s Overall Smart City Solution of the Year award,” said Joe Hernandez, BuildingDNA CEO. “A smart city starts with smart buildings and we are harnessing IoT technology to make buildings safer and more efficient. Thank you to IoT Breakthrough for recognising our innovations.”
The mission of the IoT Breakthrough Awards programme is to recognise the innovators, leaders and visionaries from around the globe in a range of IoT categories, including industrial and enterprise IoT, smart city technology, connected home and home automation, connected car, and many more.
This year’s programme attracted more than 3,000 nominations from companies all over the world. All nominations were reviewed and evaluated by an independent panel of experts within IoT industry, with the highest scored nomination selected as winner for each category.
“We are migrating from ‘smart cities’ as a concept for the future and now seeing cities commit to firm plans and infrastructure decisions to begin a true smart city transformation,” said James Johnson, managing director, IoT Breakthrough.
“With powerful applications in public safety, business continuity and building maintenance, we see BuildingDNA as a key Industrial IoT and Smart City leader and we are thrilled to recognise them with our 2018 IoT Breakthrough Award for the Overall Smart City Solution of the Year.”
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