Hive Optimal

Automated HVAC control software for increased energy efficiency & comfort

Overview

Automated HVAC control Software using AI

BeeBryte helps commercial and industrial buildings lower energy consumption, generate savings, and reduce their CO2 emissions at no upfront cost. Its AI-based energy optimization software predictively drives existing cooling and refrigeration systems (without any equipment replacement) to generate up to 40 % savings.

Today, HVAC-R equipment operates under the control of automation systems or a Building Management System (BMS) which have a fixed operation and can only react to the external & internal environment according to programmed logic. BeeBryte offers an additional layer of intelligence that makes your system predictive and adaptive, unlike traditional reactive regulation.

BeeBryte is based in Singapore & France. Our strategic investor is the largest French renewable energy producer CNR (Compagnie Nationale du Rhône).
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Benefits

Up to 40% HVAC cost savings

Significant energy cost savings thanks to reduced energy consumption and avoided overshoots of contracted capacity (when applicable).

Improved temperature management

Homogenization of zone temperature to preserve the integrity of stored goods or increase comfort. Our solution also reinforces the temperature uniformity in the different zones and guarantees compliance with prescribed constraints.

Increased equipment resilience

Advanced analysis and prediction allow for pre-emptive maintenance efforts which prolong the equipment lifespan.

Operational safety and reliability

We improve the operational safety and reliability of the installations with an early detection of operating anomalies and drop in performance.

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