Energy > Monitoring devices

Pressure sensors for IoT solutions

08 August, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) always starts with a sensor. After all, things cannot capture states or carry out actions unless they are fitted with sensors.


A simpler way to measure the carbon footprint of buildings

11 July, 2017

A newly released ISO standard is expected to make it easier to determine and report the carbon metric associated with the operation of existing buildings.


ABB microgrid to power Aruba

04 July, 2017

Technology company ABB has agreed to provide an advanced microgrid to WEB Aruba, the main power utility serving the Dutch Caribbean island of Aruba.


Schneider Electric PowerTag wireless energy sensor

01 July, 2017

Schneider Electric's PowerTag is a wireless energy sensor designed to enhance the monitoring of electrical assets.


Ofil UVollé-VX corona camera

22 May, 2017

The UVollé-VX is a handheld, battery-operated corona camera that enables the user to detect, test, record and display both corona and partial discharge.


Coles signs 10-year building maintenance contract

20 April, 2017

Coles has signed a 10-year agreement for the maintenance of its supermarkets, Coles Express outlets, liquor stores and distribution centres across Australia.


Kamstrup MULTICAL smart meters for water, heating and cooling

05 April, 2017

The MULTICAL range of smart energy meters, by Kamstrup, is used to meter and submeter water and thermal energy use in large residential and commercial buildings.


SATEC BFM II multicircuit energy metering

01 April, 2017

The BFM II has been designed with a modular format for 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 54 single-phase circuits and/or a combination of 6, 8, 10, 12, 14 and 18 three-phase circuits.


Redback takes its energy management services to Dubai

31 March, 2017

Redback Technologies has signed a memorandum of understanding with Duserve Facilities Management, which will see the companies collaborate on a pilot project trialling Redback's energy management products in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).


Dwyer Instruments Series AVUL Air Velocity Transmitter

20 March, 2017

Dwyer Instruments' Series AVUL Air Velocity Transmitter is a versatile, duct-mount thermal anemometer that is suitable for measuring air velocity or volumetric airflow in VAV systems or building ducts.


A central nervous system for buildings

14 March, 2017 by Helmut Macht, CTO, Siemens Building Technologies

Networked, energy self-sufficient, adaptable and, above all, smart — that is what the building of the future should be.


Ecotech merges with ACOEM

01 March, 2017

Australian environmental monitoring company Ecotech has announced a merger with France's ACOEM Group, a specialist in measuring, analysing and controlling environmental parameters.


CSIRO and Ecocentric partner on electrical fingerprinting technology

16 February, 2017

Ecocentric has finalised a licensing and research agreement with CSIRO, enabling the start-up company to further develop a system that recognises the electrical 'fingerprint' of individual appliances to increase energy efficiency.


Michell Instruments XZR500 combustion control oxygen analyser

02 February, 2017

The XZR500 combustion control oxygen analyser from Michell Instruments is designed to monitor the oxygen levels in combustion processes.


GreenSync raises capital to lead energy transformation

24 January, 2017

Green-tech start-up GreenSync has raised a total of $11.5 million in a Series B funding round led by the Clean Energy Finance Corporation and Southern Cross Venture Partners.


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