Through our ‘arbn Labs’ division we develop then deploy highly scientific & scalable software / hardware solutions to combat industry challenges. We do this through strategic collaboration with world leading academic partners, research institutions and corporate R&D facilities to further enhance our service offering worldwide.
Developing sensor software
That can optimise the indoor environment to improve the health and well being of occupants
Predicting better energy use in buildings
Including manage operational energy performance in buildings,
enabling energy managers to benchmark, forecast and control energy usage.
To automate the measurement and collation of near real-time building performance data
To automatically suggest the most appropriate retrofit options in a given building
Bringing together the world’s best minds to develop then deploy innovative software solutions to global challenges.
With decades of combined technical, academic and commercial experience, the labs team will focus on developing scientific solutions to some of the biggest challenges in the built environment. Bringing considerable experience in the fields of building energy modelling, data analytics, smart building technologies, the study of occupant behaviour in buildings and more.
Front End and Back End Development
’The success of being awarded two Knowledge Transfer Partnerships by the University of Strathclyde is evidence of the strength and breadth of the arbn Labs team. I am delighted to be part of the success story and continue to support arbn Labs and the wider arbnco business in their many innovative R&D projects
’UC Davis Energy and Efficiency Institute leads the way in advancing impactful energy and energy efficiency solutions. We focus on addressing critical energy challenges and improving energy use through research, education, and engagement. We are delighted to be collaborating with the sophisticated team at arbn Labs to solve evolving, critical energy-related problems with speed and scale
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