We specialize in developing the following types of customized software:
- Equipment selection software for OEMs
- HVAC Internet of Things (IoT) software development
- Mobile building energy auditing applications
- Building system energy analysis and rating software
In 2023, Carmelsoft was awarded a research grant by the Society of Fire Protection Engineers Foundation (SFPE) to study integration of fire protection systems in BIM.
In 2022, Carmelsoft was awarded 2 new software development contracts from SMACNA, the Sheet Metal and Air Conditioning Contractors' National Association. One is a web-based HVAC ductulator application and the other is a graphical-based HVAC exhaust design software tool.
In 2022, ASHRAE awarded Carmelsoft a research contract titled, "ASHRAE 1815-TRP, Integrating Occupant Behavior Data into Building Information Modeling for Performance Simulation", to update gbXML and IFC schemas to better model occupant behavior.
Carmelsoft won a 2020 U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) grant to develop Schema Server, a web-based tool to help different DOE and private-company software tools all share building energy auditing information.
Carmelsoft developed BIMDrop, an online parts-catalog and advertising engine specifically geared toward the trades.
Carmelsoft was hired by ASHRAE to develop the ASHRAE Building EQ Web Portal. This portal provides a quick energy analysis that benchmarks a building's energy performance.
Carmelsoft developed a web-based HVAC load calculation tool specifically for grow room facilities including cannabis grow rooms.
Mitsubishi Electric hired Carmel to develop a comprehensive VRF equipment selection software tool for their entire line of HVAC equipment.
Carmelsoft was hired by SG America to develop a web-based equipment selection software tool for their line of air-to-air heat exchangers for energy recovery ventilation equipment.
Honeywell's Phoenix Controls division hired Carmel to co-develop a comprehensive HVAC system energy analysis software tool to be used by their salespeople and customers.
ASHRAE hired Carmel to design custom mobile apps for a number of their standards. The ASHRAE 62.1 app allows engineers to perform ventilation calcs for commercial buildings based upon the ASHRAE 62.1-2019 Standard.
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Autodesk acquired our desktop HVAC software source code, and it has been implemented into Autodesk Revit MEP to perform building thermal analysis.