Cimberio mnubo

Cimberio S.p.A has selected mnubo to provide actionable insights and advanced IoT analytics for the SMARTCIM system – an integrated solution for the monitoring and regulation of thermal plants which distribute heating and cooling in new and existing buildings.

Cimberio is spearheading this innovative project with an investment from the European Commission and the Horizon 2020 program. Through this partnership, mnubo will provide its SmartObjects solution – a purpose-built Big Data analytics platform, Artificial Intelligence algorithms and IIoT expertise to enable real-time analysis, anomaly detection and preventive maintenance use cases; these insights will help plants cut energy management costs and reduce harmful emissions.

There is an ongoing effort to collectively reduce energy consumptions and CO2 emissions, with already-standing buildings accounting for nearly 50% of worldwide energy usage. Retrofitting these buildings with the SMARTCIM system powered by mnubo’s IoT insights will result in significant efficiencies and furthermore, provide an unparalleled amount of information and insights for real-time decision making.

“mnubo’s IIoT analytics solution is a unique, turnkey platform that has proven to rapidly accelerate our time-to-value and gain meaningful insights on the system’s consumption and usage,” said Robert Cimberio, CEO of Cimbero. “Their world-class IoT experts, AI knowledge and IoT data scientists give us access to customizable analytics; and their solution can scale exponentially catalyzing Cimberio’s growth.”

“We are delighted to work with such a talented team at Cimberio. Their SMARTCIM system is at the forefront of the energy management sector and their innovative solution enables retrofit of existing buildings with minimal disruption,” stated Frederic Bastien, CEO of mnubo. “This partnership is a great example of how the combination of energy experts and IoT machine learning experts can transform traditional markets, and deliver far-reaching impacts on the future of smart buildings, notably in Europe.”