Carrier’s EcoEnergy Insights Insights Recognized by Frost & Sullivan as Company of the Year in the Global AI-Based Building Energy Management Industry

EcoEnergy Insights helped customers save up to 23% energy

KENNESAW, Ga., October 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — EcoEnergy Insights, a Carrier company whose offerings are part of Carrier’s Abound suite of solutions and a leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) and Internet of objects (IoT), has been recognized by analyst firms Frost & Sullivan with its 2022 Company of the Year award in the global AI-based building energy management industry. EcoEnergy Insights is part of Carrier Global Corporation (NYSE: CARR), the world’s leading provider of healthy, safe, sustainable and smart building and cold chain solutions.

The study recognized EcoEnergy Insights’ continued technological advancements and customer growth in multiple countries. In 2021, the company achieved up to 23% energy savings for its customers. Additionally, its CORTIX™ AI platform was granted a number of patents in 2021 and 2022. Together, Abound and EcoEnergy Insights cover over 55,000 connected sites and over one billion square feet of space.

“The innovations of the CORTIX platform, part of our Abound suite of solutions, along with the differentiated capabilities of Carrier’s BluEdge™ command centers, are critical to meeting our customers’ most pressing needs,” said Ajay Agrawal, Senior Vice President, Global Services, Healthy Buildings and Chief Strategy Officer, Carrier. “We thank Frost & Sullivan for the prestigious award which recognizes how we help customers manage their indoor spaces at a time when energy and operating costs have increased dramatically, and healthy air has become a need.”

In 2021, across four retail customers in the United States, EcoEnergy Insights BluEdge Command Centers worked with the intelligence of the CORTIX platform to complete more than 74,000 proactive actions in HVAC systems and lighting. The CORTIX AI platform offers predictive insights, prescriptive recommendations, and autonomous actions to optimize equipment performance and building operations. BluEdge Command Centers are staffed by data scientists and subject matter experts who provide remote commissioning, monitoring, diagnostics and proactive support for building operations.

“Frost & Sullivan is thrilled to recognize EcoEnergy Insights’ undisputed leadership and efforts in digital transformation and empowering retailers to achieve their sustainability goals,” said Anirudh Bhaskaran, Director of Industry, Frost & Sullivan. “With its industry-leading natural language processing-based CORTIX AI platform and strategic climate change and decarbonization initiatives, EcoEnergy Insights is poised to enhance its leadership position in building energy management.

So far in 2022, EcoEnergy Insights has won five prestigious awards for innovation, impact, excellence in customer service and the ability to deliver results, such as helping customers achieve their decarbonization goals, while continuing innovate in new geographies and expand their capabilities.

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About EcoEnergy Insights
EcoEnergy Insights is a global leader in providing AI and IoT solutions for construction and equipment operations. Their CORTIX™ platform collects data from multiple sources, analyzes it, acts on self-defined deviations, and offers actionable predictive insights and prescriptive recommendations. The award-winning platform, combined with expert human analytics, has delivered industry-leading results in comfort, maintenance and energy efficiency across multiple industries such as retail, hospitality and banking. EcoEnergy Insights is part of Carrier, the world’s leading provider of healthy, safe, sustainable and smart building and cold chain solutions. For more information on EcoEnergy Insights and the CORTIX™ platform, visit and Join the conversation on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

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