Schneider Electric India Pvt Ltd, subsidiary of the €25-billion global energy management and automation specialist Schneider Electric SE, has launched its EcoStruxure platform in the country. An extension of its existing IoT solutions, the new platform embraces advanced IoT, mobility, sensing, cloud, analytics, and cyber security technologies, which the company hopes will go a long way to save cost and energy for all-size buildings in offices, hospitals, airports, hotels, among other spaces.
“The solution will also be applicable to the residential segment, especially the home automation segment, the market for which is expected to be more than Rs 30,000 crore (30 billion) by 2022,” said the company’s managing director and country president Anil Chaudhry in a press release. “We are keen to support the government in achieving its energy efficiency vision for buildings.”
Globally, Chaudhry said, buildings contribute close to 40% of CO2 emissions that is mostly invisible, but inspire us to formulate strategies to mitigate the harmful effects of climate change. Schneider Electric is committed to make buildings in India safe, reliable, efficient, productive and green through our IoT-enabled EcoStruxure solutions for building automation & security, critical power and cooling and low, and medium voltage power.