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Lynus – the software for the enegery-optimized building of the future.

What challenge does Austria face?

In recent years, the energy consumption of Austrian households has steadily risen, and global energy demand has also shown an upward trend. We are paying dearly for higher heating costs in the winter months and increasing consumption in the summer due to air conditioning systems which are constantly in operation. The issue of electric mobility has also left its mark on energy suppliers and consumers. In particular, when constructing new building projects, it is difficult to predict how high ongoing operating costs will be after completion. The application of solutions developed by Lynus enables companies in Austria to optimise and permanently monitor their energy costs and thus leverage their costs savings potential. In turn, this helps them stay competitive based on the decrease in costs incurred for heating, ventilation, electricity and air conditioning. The all-in-one tools with functions such as data visualisation and alerts transform energy and performance optimisation into a full-fledged experience.

Can the Lynus energy management system sustainably contribute to reducing CO₂ emissions?

With the help of machine learning algorithms, Lynus can optimise electricity consumption in buildings as well as intelligently control and reduce the current flow thanks to its energy management system. Furthermore, anomaly detection helps identify unexpected elements or events in data sets which diverge from the normal situation. This solution enables deviations in energy consumption to be identified. In turn, the energy savings of 18-25 percent help cut CO₂ emissions in an average building by about 30 percent. In less than 60 working days the Lynus energy management system featuring machine learning has already convinced quite a few companies in Austria. In the future these companies will allow Lynus to support them in reducing their CO₂ emissions as well as energy and maintenance costs by the previously mentioned percentages. Lynus Austria GmbH currently operates in Austria and Germany and has set itself the objective of becoming a European player in the future. The contribution Lynus makes to climate protection can also be considered as an additional motivation for Austrian companies.

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Lynus Austria GmbH

Matthias W. Ries BA, MBA
Tel.: 0043 664 133 122 7
E-Mail: matthias.ries@ventus.ag

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