What does Allander Analytics do?
We use our bespoke software to analyse and report on building energy performance to effectively highlight opportunities for energy savings and optimisations.
We design and develop creative cloud based SaaS solutions to solve real world problems in the energy sector. Our ultimate goal is to make buildings fully autonomous and identify problems before they ever exist.
What Can BuildingBook Do?
Quickly generate and export detailed reports on your building’s energy performance..
Keep track of your buildings asset’s using our powerful building hierarchy tool.
Tie in directly with your building’s maintenance provider by creating work orders and viewing maintenance logs.
Understand how factors such as air temperature, daylight hour and humidity affect your building’s performance.
BuildingBook will calculate both heating and cooling degree days for your building. In some cases we can even identify more efficient base temperature for your building.
Critical Alarm Management of any connected BMS, metering or 3rd Party point as well as energy profile breaches. Receive alerts via email or SMS bespoke user dashboard displaying current and historic alerts.
Computer aided facility management, fully cloud based, complete visibility across all sites, automated task scheduling. Manage and control sites remotely by integrating smart computer systems.
BuildingBook employs real-time data tracking to analyse energy usage, detect inefficiencies, and empower informed decisions for heightened efficiency.
Building performance rankings, invoice analysis, carbon analysis data, and more. We’re constantly adding the features our users need most!
Allander Analytics Products
DegreeDays.io provides users with an easy to use interface that requires a postcode, base temperature and date range.
BuildingBook is advanced analysis software with multiple feature and its main goal in reducing utility consumptions and saving money. It can be used to analyse a single building, a large estate, and even multiple estates.
Our Workplace Wellbeing calculator can measure various levels of employee wellbeing such as the relationship between temperature, productivity, employee health and working long nights and weekends.