Digital Twin technology for decarbonising any built environment.
Integrated analysis tools for the design & retrofit of buildings.
Create a sustainable masterplan for a city, community or campus.
Optimise building performance at an individual level or across a portfolio.
Analyse the feasibility of energy network decarbonisation strategies
A customisable range of operational dashboards, portfolio management and community engagement tools.
Exceptional room & zone loads analysis for building & HVAC design.
Predict building energy consumption, CO2 emissions, peak demands, energy cost & renewable production.
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The iVN suite allows local energy decarbonisation options to be quickly and easily assessed for any new or existing development. Integrate electricity, heat, cooling, and water networks with real or simulated building energy demand data. Then include electric vehicle charging infrastructure, renewable generation or district heating options.
iVN is delivered through a core software offering, with the option for users to purchase add-on modules depending on their needs.
Contains all of the central energy balancing and decarbonisation feasibility functionality of the product
Contains the district heat network modelling engine for the feasibility assessment of prospective heat networks. Identifying if underlying infrastructure needs to be changed or upgraded.
Contains our optimisation engine which utilises smart algorithms to automatically find best performing configuration based on your chosen key parameters; such as minimising electricity imports from the grid.
Explore how leading innovators like you are harnessing the power of iVN with our interconnected ICL platform
IES partnered with the UAE Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure to explore the use of its innovative Intelligent Communities Lifecycle (ICL) digital twin technology to help create a net-zero or positive energy block (PEB) for a new development proposed by the UAE government.
IES created an Intelligent Virtual Network (iVN) model of Eday to identify ways to minimise waste excess wind generation, improve energy efficiency and take steps to creating a Zero Energy Community.
IES worked with DKIT to create a Virtual Campus Energy Model to support DKIT’s Net Zero Energy Campus aspiration. Provided full understanding of the distributed electricity network, covering all campus buildings, streetlights, transformers, wind turbine and the electricity storage.
IES have created a Digital Twin of Glasgow’s Pollok Country Park to support the city’s commitment to reaching Net Zero Carbon by 2030, helping maximise use of the city’s green and blue infrastructure in order to mitigate emissions across the estate. iVN was key in this project to analyse supply and demand between different buildings, how they could exchange resources and renewables be deployed.
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