Sense AI technology real-time energy monitoring for smart meters

Friday, 10 June, 2022 | Supplied by: Sense

Sense has announced the establishment of a local operation in Australia within 12 months as the company sees strong potential for its artificial intelligence (AI) technology to be embedded with the next generation of smart energy meters. It will be establishing local electricity retailing and manufacturing partners for its AI technology that uses machine-learning algorithms to analyse high-resolution electricity data, providing a breakdown of individual domestic electricity consumption to an appliance level in real time.

Sense AI technology — which can be embedded in the smart meter — can provide data that is vital to flexible grid management, including the provision of energy disaggregation information in real time.

The technology incorporates high-resolution processing that can be built directly into next-generation smart meters. Its load disaggregation samples power more than 10,000 times per second, then uses high resolution waveform data analysis to track device activity in homes down to individual appliances, even those that aren’t smart. Users can therefore get insight into their home, which can save them on average around 9% of their energy bill, according to the company’s spokesperson.

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