The research plans to expand use of technology to find solutions to challenges including Covid-19
Optimal Monitoring, an award-winning specialist in utility monitoring, has launched a unique offer to help businesses minimise empty building energy spend during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Fotech says the acquisition will enable it to deploy its technologies at scale in sectors including energy and into smart city
Projects include using AI to develop more efficient food supply chains and an AI-based thermal imaging service to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions from households
Mixergy claims the technology can help households save up to 20% on their hot water bills and has been certified to deliver grid balancing services to National Grid
R&B’s energy management systems are designed to predict, control and improve a building’s energy use
The software will be used in the real-time management of the network and forward planning when assessing the impact of new connections across the system
That’s the suggestion from Duncan Everett. Managing Director of Optimal Monitoring – his firm has developed software called EMMA AI, able to identify anomalies, send instructions to energy managers and help save energy, emissions, time and money
Optimal Monitoring and its ground-breaking artificial intelligence energy management solution, EMMA AI, has won the Wright Commission Award as voted by the Retail Energy Forum.
They discussed using AI on improving grid resilience, increasing energy exploration and environmental sustainability