Dublin start-up signs deal with major US property company

Contract with Hines to monitor carbon emissions, temperature and humidity in European properties could prove lucrative for Ziggytec

6th December, 2020
Dublin start-up signs deal with major US property company
Peter Murphy and Kieran Murphy, co-founders of ZiggyTec

Ziggytec, the Dublin Internet of Things start-up has agreed a contract with Hines to help manage the US property giant’s energy efficiency and air quality monitoring in its multibillion portfolio of European properties.

Owned by a Texan family of the same name, Hines has over €140 billion worth of properties across the world, including the former Central Bank building on Dublin’s Dame Street. It developed large parts of Cherrywood on the outskirts of...

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