Temperature control and monitoring platform for large scale buildings. University Housing uses this in their East Tower resident hall to make sure the year-round temperature is maintained.


Support for Inncom is provided Student Affairs Technology staff and the vendor.


  • Apply deeper temperature setbacks for greater savings in units that are unoccupied for extended periods – for instance, during holiday breaks.
  • Set limits, unit by unit or campus wide – such as sensing to deactivate heating or cooling if windows are open beyond a set time limit.
  • Generate reports on equipment that isn’t functioning optimally, or which needs servicing to prevent more costly repairs and disruptions.
  • View and filter data at any level, from comparisons of campuses or dorms down to details for a specific device
  • Use analytics for predictive maintenance, planning and budgets, compliance reporting, or to analyze and report on the effectiveness of energy-saving initiatives

Designed for

University Housing staff


A separate Inncom login is required to use the service

Data Security

May not be used to collect or show moderate or high risk data per UW System policy 1031.A Information Security: Data Classification


Free of charge