Big Data needs Big Ambition

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I recently enjoyed reading Andrew Eastwell’s interesting article in February’s edition of Modern Building Services entitled ‘Making buildings better’ which also appears here

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Andrew identifies the potential of Big Data in helping improve the design and operational performance of UK buildings. Andrew also goes on to explain that much of the data required to provide greater insight into building performance is ‘…already available through installed BEMS.’ Whilst useful data is captured by BEMS, it’s generally not readily accessible, at least not in the public domain…. but it could be.

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