According to the IPCC, the global building stock needs 80% to 90% lower emissions in 2050 to achieve a pathway consistent with a 1.5°C target. The digitalization of buildings enables optimisation based on both the needs and comfort of users and what delivers the highest environmental impact. Our ICL Technology helps campuses of any type, including universities, hospitals, airports and business parks, to plan, implement and manage current and future operational performance. Reducing carbon emissions, energy costs, and hitting sustainability commitments.
Campus performance anywhere in the world.
Resilient energy/water campus-wide networks.
Healthy environments in which to live, study & work.
Calculated for retrofit and new build projects.
Effortlessly across teams & regions.
Digital Twins have an important role to play in taking vast amounts of data and delivering the information required to make informed decisions. With the ICL, decisions that enable resilient, resource efficient and zero-carbon campuses to be planned, designed, built, and maintained during their lifetime can be made with confidence.
In a zero-carbon landscape, buildings are active elements in a complex network of services: Energy, Water, Waste and Transport. They are no longer just end-points but are integrated. Design, build, and maintain resilient, resource efficient and zero-carbon campuses, anywhere in the world, with the ICL.
A tried and tested process for building performance optimisation, across Universities, Hospitals, Airports and Business parks, which combines operational data with physics-based simulation.
Position your university as a beacon for sustainability. Create a real world, collaborative and inclusive ‘Living Lab’ where applied teaching and research, zero-carbon campus management and local community engagement, come together within one platform.
Leverage the power of Digital Twins to lower capital and operational running costs, reduce energy consumption and track progress towards zero-carbon. All while optimising campus performance to ensure higher levels of staff, patient and visitor comfort and overall wellbeing.
Track progress towards sustainability targets and take a more proactive approach to managing your airport campus. Using a single platform to simulate and prepare for the environmental, social, technical, legal & financial impacts of strategic decisions and other potential scenarios.
ICL technology was used across Nanyang Technological University (NTU)’s 250-hectare flagship Ecocampus to uncover over 30% potential reduction in energy consumption and S$4.75M savings.
The ICL incorporates the latest digital technology to link physics based simulations, Internet of Things (IOT) data, sensor readings, machine learning and AI into one interconnected platform containing the following tools: