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Dusseldorf Airport Embraces MeteoViva Climate

03 December 2018 / by MeteoViva GmbH (author) / Jülich
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Dusseldorf Airport is rolling out the deployment of IoT-based smart building indoor control system MeteoViva Climate to Terminal C, following its successful implementation in the East Wing of the airport's central building, and in Terminal A.



The real-time data analytics platform is used in smart building applications to reduce energy costs and carbon emissions.


Commenting on  the development, Dr. Stefan Hardt, MeteoViva managing director, said: 

“Dusseldorf Airport's decision followed a detailed analysis of efficiency savings MeteoViva Climate can achieve in different on-site locations".


Ralf Mobers, operations manager for supply technology at Flughafen Düsseldorf GmbH, added:

"The innovative system has always exceeded our expectations so we want to systematically continue to automate our building technology with smart data.”


Dusseldorf Airport was the first German airport to adopt the MeteoViva Climate platform in 2011.


Since then, the solution has been installed at other large airports in German, including Frankfurt and Munich.


Together with Fraport AG, MeteoViva was recently awarded the prestigious Energy Efficiency Award of the German Energy Agency (dena).



About MeteoViva Climate

MeteoViva Climate is an IoT solution for smart facilities management and has recorded over 3 million operating hours at customers premises around the globe.


The patented system works predictively, is self-learning and significantly lowers operating and energy costs as well as carbon emissions.


It is the ideal partner for building owners, facility managers and occupants of commercial property portfolios. MeteoViva GmbH has a staff of 25 and subsidiaries in Switzerland and the United States.









MeteoViva GmbH


MeteoViva GmbH

Behind MeteoViva is the vision of Markus Werner: not only can the indoor climate of every building be managed in a predictive manner using a thermodynamic model, but a predictive model can lead to significant energy savings. For energy-efficient building concept he examined, Markus saw a feasible methodology to optimize the heating, cooling and ventilation, provided a reasonably simple, yet accurate, thermodynamic model is used. The model should factor the building physics, its HVAC equipment, but also its usage, and the weather forecast. This realization was the starting point for the development of a truly disruptive technology. It was also the starting point for MeteoViva. Founded 2001 in Aachen by Markus Werner, MeteoViva has offices in Jülich (Germany, headquarters), Basel (Switzerland, since 2013) and Washington (USA, since 2015). With MeteoViva Climate, the company is offering a smart data solution which optimizes building’s HVAC equipment to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions. The technology is manufacturer-agnostic. The company leverages its expertise through the use of sales and service partners in Europe and the US. MeteoViva Climate is being used in more than 70 large buildings totaling over 1.2 million square meters and almost EUR 10 million in energy costs. Our goal is as simple as it is complex: Create a comfortable indoor climate while reducing the use of energy resources. For a lasting quality improvement in the workplace and everyday life. We travel this route together with nature: MeteoViva Climate is oriented on the dynamics of nature and adjusts to changes invisibly. In doing so, we are setting new standards of intelligent heating and air conditioning of buildings. Learn more at www.meteoviva.com

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