Top Up & Coming Programming Languages

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Up and Coming Programming Languages

We all know programming languages such as Java, C++, and Python. But do we know about the new languages that are very recently coming up? So, continue to read and understand more about them!

What is a programming language?

A Programming Language is something that converts something you write in a compiler, and it returns some output. What you write depends on what you want as Output. It may be strings, graphical programs, and many more. You write a line or two, the language processes it and presents it as Output. These languages have many applications in our life. The OS we use on our computers and phones, and tracking of shipments worldwide are all made up and solved using various Programming languages. It’s a tool for solving many kinds of problems. Nowadays, the scale of such issues is enormous, and we can’t solve them. That’s when programming languages come into play!

Let’s discuss some of the new and coming programming languages in a bit detail:

Track Racer 3D

When designing buildings, this language is the go-to. It’s very fast in delivering accurate results in a workflow that goes a lot with today’s design of buildings. The new and updated HVAC systems and controls are modeled quickly, accurately, and with all the complications of many building apps of today. Add TRACE 3D, allowing you to move effortlessly through the project plan, load design, and energy and economic analysis through the same file and interface. 3D Models can be imported directly from CAD using GBXML or directly input all the floor plans and trace rather than drawing tools for more speed and efficiency.

Can do input through either model geometry imported via gbXML or created quickly through the built-in user-friendly modeling platform utilizing the 3D technology. Importing the PDF floor plans and assigning a scale will automatically enable adding floors while viewing in 2 or 3D. You can change models quickly and easily, like grabbing and dragging a wall.

As an output, there will be many pre-built reports for load design, energy and economies, renewable energy, emissions, and many more.

Green Building XML (GBXML)

It was a language to facilitate the transfer of building information stored in CAD-based building models, enabling operability between building design and engineering analysis tools. It is mainly helpful for architects and engineers to build more energy-efficient structures. It has all the industry support and adoption by top BIM vectors, including Autodesk, Trimble, Graphisoft, and Bentley. Development of export and import capabilities has seen GBXML become an industry standard. GBXML streamlines the transfer of information to and from engineering and building models, thus requiring no time-consuming plan take-offs. It becomes cost-effective as it removes a cost barrier effectively. While using GBXML, software scripting knowledge is needed a bit, along with some energy modeling.

In the form of input, BIM tools such as Revit are required. As an output, an XML file with the geometry of buildings is published along with other building characteristics. It also helps a lot when it comes to sharing building information in over 50+ software tools. It’s a free, open-source programming language for Linux, Windows, Mac OSX, and web/saas.


This program is made to predict the performance of one or more centrifugal pumps at various speeds, sizes of impellers, and series/parallel configs. The main features are:

  • Single pump performance
  • Multiple pump performance
  • Viscosity corrected Pump performance.
  • Pump Head Curve vs. Pipe System Head Curve
  • Required bhp for several operating conditions

 To use this language, you need to have basic knowledge and understanding of how centrifugal pumps work. You must also know about pipeline terms such as flow, viscosity, pressure, and pump/system head. At input, you have to include values of Flow rate, head and efficiency for a pump, and the impeller size and speed. As the Output, you will get graphic plots and text-based reports. This language is free to try and is available only for windows.

DEXMA Platform by Spacewell

 It is the leading software for Energy Management for commercial and industrial buildings. It is a cloud-based AI software combining Big data Analytics with Energy Efficiency, helping many facility managers, energy auditors, and building owners from different parts of the world to detect and analyze energy consumption and costs and optimize them. It helps become more sustainable.
This company was founded in 2007 in Barcelona. They operate with a global Partner network of 200+ Energy Services Companies. This programming language is only available for Web/Saas.

REopt Lite

This web tool offers a free subset of features from the REopt model made and developed by analysts at the NREL(National Renewable Energy Laboratory). These tools especially allow commercial building managers to measure the economic viability of grid-connected PV, wind, and battery storage at a site, identify system size and battery storage strategies to help reduce energy costs to the extremes, and estimate the sustainability of a system during a grid outage. This tool can be accessed by users with a wide range of skill levels and data. It, too, is available only on the web/saas for free.

Occupancy Simulator: 

This web app can simulate the presence/movement of occupants in a building using the Markov-chain model of doing so. It takes up high-level input on occupants, spaces, and the type of event the space is associated with. It then simulates occupant movements and generates visiting schedules for each space. Its generated schedule is very diverse and random, like occupant activities. These schedules or outputs can be downloaded and used for reference. This web app is straightforward to use. There is no requirement for any prior language. Space types, building spaces, and occupant types will be entered as input. As an output, you will get occupant schedules at space and individual occupant schedules. The only platform where you will get to use this one is on the web/saas. It is free to use as well.


This language allows us to rapidly compare building design functions and performance and deliver quality results on time. The best is that it doesn’t require any installation on the system you’re working on. It is a pretty cost-effective method and is primarily suitable for non-expert users to easily do simple or complex simulations. Easily import 2D CAD drawings of floor plans or create your drawing. Some default values are already assigned to use building constructions, activities, and HVAC. Even add your templates if you are into working with different buildings of the same type. Although this is one for non-expert users, it requires some basic HVAC knowledge. You can input building information like size, u values, and HVAC system details. You will receive cooling loads and graph reports on many parameters as Output. This language is available for Windows and a web application on the web/saas.


This is a language and toolkit that uses statistics to model the energy use of residential building stocks and the impacts of energy conservation measures(ECM) on those stocks. It is a free-to-use language available for web/saas only.


This mainly uses all the values used by the AERC(Attachments Energy Rating Council). First of all, there are two values by which we get the Output here: EPC and Eph. EPC stands for Energy Performance for cooling, and Eph stands for Energy Performance for heating. This language includes importing Windows with attachments from a WINDOW database. Specifying the air leak values for specific products, such as window panels, to calculate the annual energy performance for heating and cooling based on EnergyPlus hourly simulations. To use this language, you need to know therm and window software to generate the input for AERCalc. For input, THERM files(for some shading systems such as cellular shades) and WINDOW(glazing systems plus shading systems defined). As an output, you will get EPC and Eph. This language is free to use and is available only for Windows.

So, these are some upcoming programming languages. As observed, these are pretty advanced programming languages, and engineers and architects mostly use them. If some aspiring engineer or architect is reading this, they are bound to get some knowledge regarding how much it takes to make a significant and lively structure. Well, it was a pleasure discussing all these languages in this article

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