In the US, buildings currently consume 40% of primary energy. While efficiency programs are driving energy savings in the physical equipment realm, another huge opportunity exists in the way people actually use energy. Fortunately, new sensor networks are now available to enhance comfort, productivity, happiness and savings. Come and hear our own Eric Graham, CEO of CrowdComfort Inc., (a startup company with its roots in North Shore InnoVentures) discuss how modern mobile and sensor technologies are changing the way people manage and use energy in buildings. Building managers access aggregated data to improve comfort, optimize building performance and lower operational costs. CrowdComfort’s technology leverages the Human Sensor Network (HSN) that bring new levels of reach and engagement to business operations and the built environment. If you are involved in sustainability, EHS, facilities management, or oversee these areas, this session is for you.
100 Cummings Ctr., Suite 221-E
Beverly MA 01923
Date and Time
Begins: 11/05/2014 08:00 AM
Ends: 11/05/2014 10:00 AM
Eric Graham is an entrepreneur who is committed to bringing energy efficiency and renewable energy systems to market. Eric has launched and helped many leading clean energy tech companies bring their technologies to market including EnerNOC, Fraunhofer CSE, Next Step Living and Building 36/Alarm.com. As CEO of CrowdComfort, Eric is revolutionizing organizational communication with employees and customers by leveraging mobile technology and cloud analytics. Eric holds an MBA from Babson Colleges Franklin W. Olin Graduate School of Business and a BA from Northeastern University.
CrowdComfort is crowd-sourcing building maintenance and comfort by empowering anyone to report site-specific comfort and maintenance issues in real-time using their smart phones. Building managers and maintenance staff access aggregated data to improve comfort, optimize building performance and lower operational costs.
Founded in 2013, Crowd Comfort is currently offering free set up and one month of free service. If you are interested in a demo, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Online registration closes on Tuesday, Nov 4 at noon.
While walkins are always welcomed, advance registration helps the Council in planning. Thank you.
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