Dennis Borgmann

trilogik GmbH
Managing Director
Impulse | Energy efficiency through digitalisation - How digital twins and sensors can contribute to energy and operational savings

The digital twin – a digital image of reality. However, the mere documentation of buildings, infrastructures and areas does not create added value. The digital twin makes it possible to connect a wide variety of topics, to identify problems and to derive solution-oriented innovations from them.

For example, the linking of energetic buildings with sensor technology will determine our future: buildings that are not only energy-efficient and resource-saving, but are also equipped with intelligent sensor systems that enable precise control and monitoring with the help of the Digital Twin. These systems will enable buildings to react in real time to changing environmental conditions and optimise energy consumption. From smart heating and cooling systems to automated lighting and ventilation solutions, buildings will become central to a sustainable future. The future of building sensors and technology will not only help reduce energy consumption, but also enhance occupant comfort and safety. We are on the threshold of an exciting new era in building technology and energy efficiency that will enable us to shape a more sustainable future.

Short CV:

After completing his training as an industrial mechanic and subsequently studying mechanical engineering informatics at the University of Applied Sciences Münster / Steinfurt, Mr Borgmann founded trilogik GmbH together with two partners. Since its foundation, the company has been digitising a wide range of processes for various customers in the industrial sector. The recording of measured variables and storage in databases or for the regulation of processes is just as much a part of trilogik’s daily business as the integration of a wide variety of communication interfaces (via radio or cable).