The Challenges of Energy Monitoring in Hospitality: 

Introduction to – The Challenges of Energy Monitoring in Hospitality:  The hospitality industry is increasingly focusing on better energy management as it looks to improve guest comfort levels while optimising energy consumption. The effort is to reduce carbon footprint, bring in more energy efficiency by use of data-driven approaches and keep operational costs under check. …

Where are the Energy Inefficiencies in Manufacturing?

Introduction to Energy Inefficiencies – Manufacturing Energy management is a crucial driver behind good energy efficiency. It helps you understand how much energy you use and how much it costs to run your business and allows you to identify the best way to reduce your business’s CO2 emissions and save money. The benefits of good…

Finding a Pathway To Sustainability

Introduction to Finding a Pathway To Sustainability In this era of sustainability, it is easy for companies to fall into the trap of thinking about their operations in terms of energy consumption and emissions. Yet, these are just two pieces of a much larger puzzle. Sustainable business is about looking beyond the costs and benefits,…

Using Smart Technology To Measure Indoor Air Quality

Scenario As life begins to normalise and the promising roadmap our government has set out is delivered on, the leisure and fitness sector will be key in building people’s mental and physical wellbeing back to a healthy level. For some, just having access to these environments will be the most important factor, but for many…

Smart Boiler Monitoring and the Role of IoT

Case Scenario Commercial boiler equipment installed on commercial premises are often critical services and failure of these systems can cause major business disruption. In the instance of a commercially trading business, breakdown of such equipment could resort in substantial loss of income through wasted stock, operational efficiency could be impacted by the displacement of personnel…

Our Latest Application: Water Hygiene

USE CASE We’ve recently acquired a client that had genuine cause to ensure water temperatures at client sites were at the optimum temperatures to avoid the growth of Legionella disease. Legionella bacteria is commonly found in water. The bacteria multiply where temperatures are between 20-45°C and nutrients are available. The bacteria are dormant below 20°C…