Energy management

Governments are fully committed to zero-energy buildings. Gas is becoming more expensive, CO2 emissions are taxed, and self-generation of energy is stimulated. All the more reason to make new buildings, both residential or non-residential, energy-neutral. This means that the total amount of energy used by the building on an annual basis has to be roughly equal to the amount of energy created by renewable energy sources. To ascertain that the building has zero net energy consumption, it is beneficial to implement IoT and monitor the actual energy consumption in as much detail as possible.

Use cases

These use cases highlight the ways in which IoT and energy monitoring can help contribute to achieving sustainability goals:

Other IoT-solutions

Asset tracking

Monitor and track the exact location, status, fuel consumption and other relevant information of your assets.

Predictive maintenance

Reduce manual work and errors, boost quality and maximize output by automating processes.

Wearables

Continuously monitor patients’ health, and ensure the safety of soldiers, firefighters, industrial workers, and more.

Condition monitoring

Measure parameters and monitor performance to detect whether equipment operates at its full potential.

Environmental monitoring

Reduce emissions and minimize your carbon footprint to achieve your sustainability goals.