Deepinder Singh can turn a building into a smart building using software, sensors, and a central control unit. The system drives desired conditions in each room, plus energy management and conservation. A Harvard study found that optimized temperature and indoor air-quality settings make workers feel more satisfied, which leads to an increase in overall productivity. The company has won numerous awards totaling over $1 million and is listed as one of the 100 most disruptive companies in the world by Disruptor Daily. Thanks to Singh, Minnesota will likely remain a vibrant center of the next-generation buildings control industry.