Development of energy saving software based on artificial intelligence by the Catalan company DEXMA. This project has been supporting by ACCIÓ through International Business R&D Cluster, and the new system is currently at the pilot stage in almost 3,500 buildings.
The concept of predictive maintenance is a methodology totally related to energy management, since it is based on the measurement and monitoring of the state of the installations, giving recommendations that will produce great savings. The PRÓTYPO Project aims to build a tool to carry out this methodology in energy management.
DEXMA leads PRÓTYPO Project oriented towards the detection of anomalies at the energy level via chatbot. I you would like to know more about it, read on!
Would you change your energy consumption behaviour if you had an app or interactive game in your home, on your tablet or PC to help you? This is one of the main objectives of FEEdBACk, an H2020 project that aims to use energy efficiency gamification techniques to promote smarter energy consumption through ICT applications.
This week, the DEXMA data science team is participating in the 4th European Workshop on Non-Intrusive Load Monitoring (NILM) in London. The aim of this conference series is to serve as a meeting point for all European researchers that are working on the topic of energy disaggregation in both industry and academia to network, share research and exchange ideas.
DEXMA closed the first half of 2017 with a record-breaking expansion of its partner program, incorporating 60 new companies into its global community. This and other company figures at the end of June reveal two important realities for energy managers.First, the energy management market is growing globally - at a rate well over 10% per year - and secondly, that software will play an increasingly crucial role in the energy services value chain.
As of 25 May, the City Council of Terrassa, Spain is up and running with a brand new energy management solution.
Installed by DEXMA and gemweb, the new tool will allow the City of Terrassa (population 215,000) to manage all of its energy data in one convenient platform, for the first time ever.