Digital Services

A spectrum of connected services designed to meet your needs today and achieve your goals tomorrow.

It's time for a more proactive approach to maintaining and optimizing your building.

Our digital services leverage your data and Trane’s analytics to create simple dashboards that can help you to understand performance of your building and its assets. Dashboards can help to find opportunities for increasing efficiency, decreasing energy use, and increasing productivity through system optimization. Worried about energy cost? We can help with that, too. Let us help you to create a baseline and find ways to get more out of your building.

Contact Your Local Digital Services Expert

Explore Our Suite of Digital Service Solutions

From a single chiller looking to save energy cost to a large corporation looking to meet ESG goals, we have a solution to meet your needs.

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    Connected Mechanical Services

    Access individual pieces of HVAC equipment, service and manage performance remotely.

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    Connected Building Services

    Access your building, service and manage total system performance remotely.

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    Intelligent Services

    A customized, collaborative, and connected approach to manage your building in a way that aligns with your organization's goals.

Your Building With a Better View

All of our digital services offers come with access to Trane Connect. Trane Connect™ gives you a complete picture of your building and its assets securely and remotely, anywhere at any time.

Let's Get Connected

Digital services and solutions start with connected buildings. Explore our solutions for building management, automation, and more.

Learn about how Trane helped The Science Museum of Minnesota to meet their energy goals

“We have lots of energy needs and Trane has helped us optimize our systems, allowing us to be financially responsible to our donors and our community. By utilizing the waste heat that we were throwing away in a constructive manner to heat the exterior of the building, we are moving toward carbon neutrality. The project's been very successful.”

Todd Gray, Assistant Superintendent of Facilities, Science Museum of Minnesota.