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MeteoViva Inc. and Aquicore announce a strategic partnership

Washington, August 29, 2018– MeteoViva Inc. and Aquicore, the leading IoT-driven asset operations platform for commercial real estate (CRE), announced a new strategic partnership that will provide building owners and operators with greater operational insights and controls for improving efficiencies and reducing costs.

MeteoViva’s IoT-based smart data solution reduces energy consumption, improves comfort and delivers operational efficiencies to single building owners and portfolio operators. Reduced operational costs and improved tenant satisfaction and productivity increase real estate values. It is currently being used in commercial buildings throughout Europe and the U.S. In office buildings, manufacturing sites, campuses and airports, MeteoViva’s technology has demonstrated an average of 20% savings with a two-year payback.

Aquicore’s CRE platform tracks, analyzes and predicts key building metrics in real time from meters, submeters, equipment and sensors in buildings. The platform enables asset and property managers to make faster and more informed decisions on key performance indicators such as energy and water use, budgeting and more.

Through its partnership with Aquicore, MeteoViva will be available in the Aquicore Marketplace, a best-in-class network of partners, collaborators and applications that are integrated with Aquicore’s platform.

“The unique combination of Aquicore’s management platform and MeteoViva’s smart building and portfolio energy optimization will deliver superior value to the industry,” said Jean-Marie Bergeal, CEO of MeteoViva, Inc. “Not only is the bottom line impact direct and significant, but improved comfort and operational efficiency set a new standard for smart buildings.”

“MeteoViva’s work integrating IoT controls with existing building automation systems fits naturally with Aquicore’s focus on in-depth building monitoring,” said Logan Soya, founder and CEO of Aquicore. “Looking forward, I see a lot of ways that we can work together to find innovative new solutions to problems in the commercial real estate industry.”

With more than 1,000 installations nationwide, Aquicore services more than 146 million square feet of real estate space across the U.S., working with over 700 commercial buildings owned or managed by 80 institutional clients. Aquicore’s platform has been proven to cut operating costs, increase energy efficiency and improve asset value. For more information about the Aquicore platform, visit https://resources.aquicore.com/get-started-with-aquicore.

There are also economic advantages for energy providers. The consumption and load forecast by MeteoViva Climate offers you planning security for the provision of the required energy. The open interface of MeteoViva Climate in accordance with the OpenADR standard furthermore makes interactive communication with the consumer possible for you.

About MeteoViva
MeteoViva’s smart data solution delivers better comfort, reduced energy consumption and a reduced carbon footprint. From single building owners to portfolio operators, MeteoViva clients benefit from reduced operational costs and increased real estate values. Satisfied customers include BMW, the European Central Bank, DHL, Generali, the Düsseldorf airport, American University and many others.

About Aquicore
Aquicore is the leading IoT-driven smart asset operations platform for commercial real estate. Built from the ground up as a portfolio-wide solution, Aquicore offers a cloud-based platform to track, analyze and predict building and energy data in real time to unlock actionable insights. The Aquicore platform is deployed at more than 600 office buildings nationwide, including the John Hancock Tower, Salesforce Tower, National Press Building, Promenade and NASCAR Plaza. Aquicore’s clients include Cushman & Wakefield, JBG Smith, Lincoln Property Company, MRP Realty, Under Armour, Facebook, The World Bank and Salesforce. For more information, visit http://www.aquicore.com and follow Aquicore on Twitter @Aquicore.

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