Res-Intel to integrate ArcGIS online platform, enabling users to create map and perform spatial analytics
Res-Intel was recognized at the annual ESRI User Conference on July 21, 2015 for its software development and its participation in ESRI Startup Program. The Esri Startup Program provides promising and qualified companies with the tools for success including, cloud services, software, training and support, and content support.
In the 2015 ArcNews letter, Esri stated that “Res-Intel is able to provide a mass-scale benchmarking and advanced analytics for improving utility program effectiveness and homeowner building performance. Because the company can use GIS to help homeowners and utilities to construct a pragmatic energy and water efficiency plans. For example, Res-Intel uses the ArcGIS platform to map housing types, such as single-family houses or apartments, demographics, and wealth data. Res-Intel is also a partner with IBM Bluemix, Softlayer, and Microsoft Azure.”
Further information about Res-Intel from ESRI’s ArcNews can be found here.
Res–Intel is a national leader in mass–scale benchmarking of residential buildings. Its benchmarking engine provides micro–targeted recommendations for property owners and managers to cost–effectively reduce energy and water usage. The Res–Intel software platform has been partially funded under California Energy Commission Public Interest Energy Research grant #57356A/11–12 and #58076A/14–09G.