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BrightAI was developed to enable facility operators and engineers to easily connect wireless sensors to measure, alert, and react to what is going on in their facilities. BrightAI combines mechanical and environmental sensor data to extrapolate an ocean of actionable analytics.
BrightAI provides access to dozens of wireless sensor types and connects to BACnet & Modbus BAS.
BrightAI applies machine learning and analytics to sensor data to extrapolate actionable intelligence.
BrightAI is a key value-added component of our ECM and renewable energy solutions using energy analytics.
Today’s level of IoT growth and adoption reminds me a lot of the pre-cloud hosting days. You know, when people used to actually buy hardware and host it in the telco closet of their office building on a T1 line. Similar to cloud hosting which took the better half of a decade to see full enterprise adoption, there is a lot of fear surrounding security and a lot of the ROI calculations can be a bit cloudy.Read more
There are more than 20B IoT connected devices online (in 2017 according to IHS). This number is predicted to see a CAGR of 33% over the next decade. So the question begs to be asked, how do commercial and industrial operators get value from IoT as technologies evolve? Simply put, IoT requires imagination to deliver value from a blank canvas. A change in traditional architecture requires a change in goals based on evolving capabilities of IoT technology.Read more
In a nutshell, demand response is a programmatic approach to energy curtailment during peak hours. Peak hours are normally established by each local electric utility, and during those hours the cost of energy is traditionally much higher than off-peak hours. Peak charges are a supply and demand game to help utilities balance power production with consumer demand.Read more
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