We create G-HUB, your base for smart use of energy……

90% of time is spent indoors.

By utlizing our G-Hub platform and combining your static data with G-Hub’s sensor data we offer you the guarantee to get maximum return on investment to reduce spending on energy.


How does it work?

Before taking a decision on what measures one wants to take to reduce the cost of energy in a building, a goal needs to be set. This requires detailed information about what was and what could be improved. G-Hub allows you to make informed decisions based on real-time information as well as historic data.

Healthy indoor climate

The expected result van reduction of your cost of energy can be measured by comparing your current cost with possible future cost, taking into account a more healthful climate in a building.

Sensor information

To collect information we will place sensors. By analyzing this data we will turn this data into information for you. This information will be visible for you (and only you) on our platform.

Sustainable and organic

There are multiple sustainable and green products available with energy reducing qualities. To add to a better climate in a building we measure temperature, motion, humidity and Co2 emissions. On our platform you are presented with measures to improve the indoor climate .

Real cases, proven technology

In the city of Deventer we collect data for an entire neighborhood with many opportunities for improvement. We convert this collected data to information and present it on the G-Hub platform.

In Amsterdam we did the same for a large monumental office environment which had much room for improvement by first analyzing and setting a baseline (the current situation). Afterwards we used sensor data to suggest improvements and the materials to reduce the cost of energy and improve the climate indoors.


Aart van der Vlist
Christiaan Kramer
Advisor Building Products
Ruud Binnendijk
Advisory board-member
Jeroen Kok
Quality & Test Manager
Nortwin Karssemeijer
On-site Project Manager
Leonardo Hofman