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Lucid launches BuildingOS Dashboards

September 20, 2016

By Ralf VonSosen

You’ve been hearing us talk about the power of centralizing building data, unlocking hidden insights about how buildings are operating, and using those insights to improve overall performance. A key to this improvement is the ability to effectively share the insights with all stakeholders. Enter BuildingOS Dashboards.

Today, with the announcement of BuildingOS Dashboards, we launched a new paradigm for assembling, organizing, understanding, and sharing essential building data. A dashboard is a flexible canvas of information upon which you assemble data visualizations that are most important to your organization. With this visualization, you and your team can easily see how your buildings are performing against the metrics that matters most to energy, sustainability, operations and portfolio teams is easily shared to improve collaboration and make all buildings more comfortable, efficient and profitable.

With dashboards, you can quickly and efficiently create customized, real-time, easy-to-share reports from all types of building operations data. Dashboards are:

  • Comprehensive: Unified historic and real-time portfolio-wide data
  • Simple and configurable: Intuitive, visual representations of essential data
  • Easy to share: Dashboards can be shared via many channels, formats, and time intervals

By making building data accessible, easy to understand and easy to share, Lucid is changing the way buildings are operated. We believe that BuildingOS Dashboards are a major step forward in creating better buildings. Learn more by reading our press release, watch our video, or attending one of our weekly online demo events.

Ralf VonSosen

As Lucid’s VP of Marketing, Ralf VonSosen leads product marketing, demand generation, branding, and communication activities. With almost 20 years in the technology space, Ralf brings leadership experience from small startups, as well as large companies such as SAP and LinkedIn. He was instrumental in establishing the energy/utilities vertical at Siebel/Oracle CRM, and most recently was a founding member of LinkedIn’s sales solutions business unit. Ralf holds a B.S. in Finance from Brigham Young University, and a MBA from the University of Utah.