Utilizing the Internet of Things and the latest in cloud computing to create systems that predict, monitor and manage the needs of buildings

75F is removing the barriers to building automation with a system that improves commercial building comfort, indoor air quality, and energy efficiency with 30-50% savings and less than a two-year ROI. Traditional building controls systems are overbuilt and require extensive resources to install, set up, custom program and maintain — creating high costs of acquisition and ownership. Using Internet of Things (IoT) design, 75F harnesses the computing power of the cloud and packs it into a smart commercial building management system with single-pane-of-glass across HVAC equipment types and brands, plus lighting, with multi-site remote monitoring and management. The company’s vertically-integrated suite of wireless sensors, equipment controllers, smarter thermostats and cloud-based software deliver fast functionality and results out-of-the-box. A United Nations Environmental Program partner and USGBC LEED partner, 75F offers triple bottom line results for profit, people and planet. They were named one of the Top 100 Most Disruptive Companies in the World in 2017. 

FOUNDED
2012

HEADQUARTERS
Burnsville, Minnesota, United States

COMPANY SIZE
51–100

Deepinder Singh

Deepinder Singh (Founder & CEO at 75F) has been an Unreasonable Fellow since October 2019 after participating in Unreasonable Impact Americas 2019.

Unreasonable Impact Americas 2019

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