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What is the Know Your BuildingTM Index?

Gaurav Bali
Gaurav Bali

20th April 2022

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Know Your Building™ Index is an AI-driven rating generated by the platform. It uses detailed mechanisms to measure a building’s performance on various parameters to generate a rating for that building. The few metrics that the platform uses to generate the index are energy usage, team performance, operational costs, savings, and outstanding v/s completed work orders. The index also gives suggestions that can be implemented to improve a low rating. The Know Your Building™ index gives an additional benefit of ensuring a sustainable and green building.

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