Improve your direct returns and the environment.

Ecopilot® has been described as super-intelligence. It generates significant savings, creates a more pleasant indoor climate, and helps users to meet EU requirements on greenhouse gas emissions. A smart solution that works with all existing ventilation, heating and cooling systems.

Energy savings of up to 40%

Your investment will produce immediate returns thanks to energy savings. Depending on the type of building you want to make more efficient, you could achieve savings of between 10% and 40% already at the end of the first year. In the second year, this figure can increase by working with all the options that Ecopilot® Analysis offers. With lower energy costs, your net operating income will improve while the property value increases. Learn more about Ecopilot® at

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A more pleasant indoor climate

The indoor climate will feel more consistent once Ecopilot® is installed. This is made possible through the co-ordination and long-term management of the ventilation, heating and cooling systems according to the eco-driving principle. Sensors regulate the indoor temperature within set comfort parameters. We can also install CO2 sensors for those who want to monitor carbon dioxide levels.

Meet EU environmental requirements

Properties account for 40% of European carbon dioxide emissions. According to EU targets, greenhouse gas emissions should be reduced by 20% by 2020 and by 50% by 2050. In order to meet these requirements, many property owners are installing more technologies which often have the opposite effect. With Ecopilot® you get an energy-smart building that helps to ensure that the property meets EU requirements.

Already more than 300 clients

Currently, our clients have installed Ecopilot® in more than 1,000 properties. Depending on the design of their building, they have saved considerable amounts of money, reducing their energy costs by up to 40% and lowering their overall carbon dioxide emissions by more than 40,000 tonnes per year.