C3 IoT has received a potential $25 million contract provide a suite of enterprise Internet-of-Things software applications and machine learning technology for the State Department to monitor and analyze energy management at department-run facilities globally.
The company said Monday its platforms will also work to help the State Department predict looming equipment failure and track the health of sensors and device infrastructure throughout its more than 22,000 facilities.
Ed Abbo, C3 IoT president and chief technology officer, noted the department looks to big data analytics to gain insights on facility operations and increase operational efficiency.
C3 IoT will collaborate with Amazon Web Services to implement and run the former company’s platform in AWS GovCloud, a cloud computing environment designed to host regulated and sensitive workloads.
Landon Van Dyke, State Department senior advisor for energy, environment and sustainability, said the department aims to identify and address outliers of its buildings, update U.S. embassy designs and operations and manage its energy and environmental footprint through C3 IoT technology.