Lower your software development costs and get your product connected and listed as a supported BuildingOS integration. Take advantage of self-commissioning technology and intuitive analytics.
Focus on your company’s strengths in delivering value through software without having to figure out how to connect to your customers' buildings. Eliminate customer on-boarding costs and improve customer engagement.
Differentiate your service offerings by becoming a BuildingOS partner. Deliver customer on-boarding and integration services using your experience with JACE and Obvius-based integrations.
Siemens Building Technologies Divison is the world leader in building automation, HVAC and energy management, and fire safety and security. Siemens APOGEE® integrates seamlessly with BuildingOS. Since 2012, Building Dashboard has been the preferred occupant engagement solution for Siemens Building Technologies. In 2013, Siemens expanded the reach of Building Dashboard to Canadian branch offices.
Johnson Controls’ Metasys® Building Management System ensures all of your building systems – HVAC controls, lighting, fire safety, security, and equipment – operate together in harmony. Metasys integrates with BuildingOS either directly or through JCI's Panoptix® platform. In 2012, Building Dashboard was among the first building energy management apps launched on Panoptix.
Obvius is the award-winning provider of wireless metering, data acquisition, and monitoring technologies, including the AcquiSuite and ModHopper. BuildingOS features native support for the AcquiSuite family of products, allowing you to install and integrate Obvius gear seamlessly.
Cypress Envirosystems provides solutions to retrofit existing commercial buildings for energy efficiency. Cypress’s Wireless Pneumatic Thermostat, Wireless Gauge Reader, and Wireless Steam Trap Monitor install in minutes, are non-invasive, and cost 60-80% less than alternatives, with payback around 18 months. Lucid and Cypress Envirosystems are bringing low-touch, low-cost data acquisition alternatives to commercial buildings across North America.
Ecova, the pioneer and leader in expense management, has partnered with Lucid to bring BuildingOS and Building Dashboard to its wide range of customers. Lucid and Ecova are collaborating to bring novel solutions to the hospitality and healthcare industries.
Urjanet offers automated collection of utility bills for over 600 utilities, allowing Lucid's customers to tie in bill data with their BuildingOS and Building Dashboard deployment.
Veris is a leading supplier of energy and environmental sensors and control peripherals for commercial HVAC and energy management applications. BuildingOS features full support for Veris metering equipment.
The OutSmart EnergyMate allows for easy, flexible, and detailed sub-metering in commercial building applications. BuildingOS supports OutSmart metering equipment.
Accuenergy is a leading producer of intelligent power metering solutions. BuildingOS features full support for Accuenergy metering equipment. Lucid and Accuenergy are collaborating to develop more cost-effective metering technologies and bring them to market.
Continental Control Systems provides the WattNode, a leading electrical meter. Its low price point and easy installation with diagnostic LEDs make the WattNode a perfect meter for your 110-480V sub-metering applications. BuildingOS features full support for the Wattnode line of meters.
eSmart Systems delivers a new generation of IT systems for energy companies in Norway and abroad. eSmart Systems is a reseller for BuildingOS and Building Dashboard in Norway, and a strategic technology partner for building integration.
PowerWise Systems' complete line of meters and sensors provides insight into circuit-level electricity, gas, and water consumption, PV production, building environment and local weather data, and more.
Rainforest Automation's EAGLE™ Energy Access Gateway is a simple, affordable device that communicates directly with ZigBee-enabled smart meters to give you real-time energy data. The EAGLE™ requires zero installation and works instantly with BuildingOS.
Panoramic Power is a leading provider of circuit-level energy management solutions. Panoramic Power's miniature, self-powered sensors can be installed in minutes and work out of the box with BuildingOS.
A world leader in power conversion and power management, PowerOne’s inverters are found on renewable energy systems all over the world. BuildingOS features seamless support for PowerOne, allowing PowerOne inverter owners to tie in their systems with BuildingOS and Building Dashboard.
Pioneer of the microinverter, EnPhase Energy provides commercial and residential PV systems with power conversion and monitoring tools. Seamless integration with EnPhase allows you to stream power output from your PV system to BuildingOS.
Enmetric Systems manages your plug loads with smart power strips called PowerPorts. In commercial office buildings, plug loads can represent 30-50% of electricity use. Enmetric offers a simple solution designed to scale in commercial building applications, with seamless BuildingOS support.
Lutron's Quantum lighting control systems now ship with native support for BuildingOS. Building owners with Lutron Quantum systems can connect lighting energy use indicators into BuildingOS, allowing you to analyze and display alongside other building load data.
Constellation's Load Response programs allow you to earn money for turning off certain electric loads when the grid is nearing its system peak. When you sign up for Load Response programs (available in the mid-Atlantic, New England, New York, Texas, California, and Ontario), you can automatically apply revenues to BuildingOS or Building Dashboard. In 2013, Lucid launched native BuildingOS support for Constellation's Virtuwatt platform, allowing Virtuwatt customers to leverage their metered assets directly in BuildingOS and Building Dashboard.
Retroficiency is a leading "big data" software company that helps you systematically identify efficiency opportunities across your building portfolio. Lucid's customers can leverage Retroficiency's powerful set of advanced analytics and building efficiency diagnostic tools, while Retroficiency leverages BuildingOS for delivering customer engagement and interoperability with existing metering infrastructure and building systems.
Honest Buildings is a platform for matching building owners and managers with service providers. Since 2012, Lucid has partnered with Honest Buildings to link thousands of commercial buildings from HB’s building profiles to real-time data, improving energy transparency.
Lucid uses Weather Underground as a weather data service provider. BuildingOS customers automatically get a full 5-year weather history for any facility they add to BuildingOS, in addition to ongoing hourly weather data streams.
Lucid was one of the first supporters and implementers of Green Button, a standardized format for utility consumption data that was developed by industry and championed by the White House's Office of Science and Technology Policy. Green Button is rapidly becoming a requirement for all utilities' customer portals.
DG Logik's DGLux platform brings BMS data to life with highly flexible device visualization, interactive extruded floor plans, and a wide variety of snap-in data display components. DGLux has native BuildingOS support, allowing any Lucid customer to quickly begin creating highly customized dashboards of building systems without worrying about data integration being an obstacle.
Previously selected by the U.S. Green Building Council as one of the six most innovative companies of the year, Lucid has been a USGBC member since 2006. Lucid collaborates with USGBC on a number of initiatives, including the Unique Building Identifier (UBID) as well as Campus Conservation Nationals through The Center for Green Schools at USGBC.
The Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council is how USGBC is making sure every student has the opportunity to attend a green school within this generation. In 2010, Lucid partnered with the Center to organize and run Campus Conservation Nationals, a nationwide energy reduction competition which grew from 40 campuses (2010) to 100 campuses (2011) to 160 campuses (2012) and saves nearly 2 gigawatt-hours during the three-week annual competition.
Alliance to Save Energy is a non-profit coalition of business, government, environmental, and consumer leaders who support energy efficiency as a cost-effective energy resource and advocate for energy efficiency policies that reduce costs and emissions. ASE works with Lucid to help organize students to raise awareness and save energy and water during Campus Conservation Nationals, a nationwide energy reduction competition.
The non-profit Green Schools Alliance, a global network of K-12 schools working together to solve environmental and climate challenges, works in partnership with Lucid during the Green Cup Challenge, an annual electricity reduction competition. In 2013, 300 K-12 schools collectively saved 1.5 gigawatt-hours of electricity.
In 2007, National Wildlife Federation recognized Building Dashboard with the Campus Ecology "Chill Out" Award as an innovative technology for reducing the impacts of global warming. Since then, NWF has been an active supporter of Campus Conservation Nationals. NWF's Campus Ecology program reaches 1,000 colleges each year.
EPA’s Energy Star is one of America’s most successful brands. As a Service Provider Partner (SPP) since 2010, Lucid integrates with Energy Star Portfolio Manager so that you don’t have to enter your data twice. Energy Star for commercial buildings is used as the primary rating system for voluntary and mandatory energy ratings across the country.
Lucid and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have partnered to create energy analysis tools using whole-building interval data. LBNL's insight and expertise in building science continues to inform our ongoing product development. Lucid has also assisted LBNL (on behalf of the Department of Energy) in the development of the Building Performance Database, which allows users to analyze energy trends on thousands of buildings and assess actuarial data on the return on investment profiles of various efficiency measures.