PassiveLogic has revealed its full suite of hardware and software that enables autonomy for any controlled system. The results will lead to truly smart, autonomous buildings.

“Today, buildings and industrial systems are the world’s largest decarbonization opportunity; they consume more than 68 percent of the world’s energy, which is more than double the entire transportation industry, and they account for the largest proportion of wasted energy due to inefficient control,” said CEO and founder Troy Harvey. “Buildings also stand as the world’s largest robotics challenge, with the biggest ones trending toward one million sensors and controllables. PassiveLogic has built the technology to make buildings autonomous, enabling buildings to be 30 percent more energy efficient through system controls optimization alone.”

With this new platform, PassiveLogic says it is empowering anyone to design and implement their own autonomous system using the Quantum Standard, the first physics-based digital twin ontology that emulates and predicts a building’s operational needs with real-time control at the edge. This ability is a fundamental requirement for unlocking the technology PassiveLogic calls ‘generative autonomy’, which advances artificial intelligence (AI) technology from monolithically trained, single-purpose applications to flexible, dynamic general-purpose systems. Generative autonomy enables autonomous systems that beginners to experts can apply to many different domains in multipurpose ways.

“These products both democratize autonomous systems for everyone and advance energy efficiency, climate impact and ESG,” said Harvey. “Our work to bring generative autonomy to the market expands AI beyond its current narrow scope and mainstreams it into the built and industrial world to not only solve current market problems, but unlock autonomy for everyone, building a more inclusive, resilient, and sustainable future.”