Bring disparate building systems into one platform
Accurately map the relationships between people, places and devices
Integrate with any new or existing technology
Integrate smart building technology into a single, intuitive platform
Make any building smart
Most buildings today are using multiple, siloed building systems such as fault detection and workforce management. Each with their own interface and data set.
WillowTwin™ enables any building to become smart by integrating existing smart building technology into a digital twin.
WillowTwin™ provides powerful, contextual insights to improve the performance and experience of the built world.
A visually intuitive interface to detect and effectively manage faulty equipment
- Comprehensive equipment database
- Overlay live temperature reading
- Identify faulty equipment in zones
- Instant work order generation
- Pinpoint exact location for repair
Reduce energy costs through improving equipment management
- See the information that matters most
- Easy access to fault trends and costs
- Real-time view of energy consumption
- Benchmark performance
Model scenarios for emergency situations
- Plan the most effective exit routes
- Ensure safety equipment is compliant
- Make informed decisions that make buildings and people safer
Help employees and visitors find what they need
- Locate a staff member
- Find a meeting room
- Navigate to equipment
The WillowTwin™ is hosted in Microsoft Azure.
Delivering solutions to our customers. Backed by security, scale, and innovation.
"Microsoft and Willow have developed a scalable solution that can be applied to virtually any building, allowing owners to transform their portfolios today."
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