Wireless Monitoring to Improve Energy Efficiency in Buildings (Energy Harvesting and Storage Europe 2012)

Amit Shah, Founder & CEO
May 16, 2012.


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Presentation Summary

  • With respect to energy usage, heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are usually the dominant consumers in buildings.
  • Continuous monitoring of temperature, humidity, light, motion and other parameters enables analysis and tapping of hidden energy savings potentials.
  • The amount of energy needed for HVAC can be reduced by up to 30%.
  • Traditional wireless systems, while capable of replacing cabling to the end point, were still limited to star topologies requiring each node to be within direct communication range of a gateway or access point.
  • SenzaNET from E-Senza Technologies removes this limitation, and thus the need for site surveys, through its self-organizing multi-hop mesh architecture.

Speaker Biography (Amit Shah)

Amit Shah, founder and CEO of E-Senza is an engineer with 16 years of management and technology experience. Earlier in his career, Amit successfully founded and grew two companies and demonstrated his ability to foresee customer needs. At Siemens Postal Automation he was in charge of large international projects. In his entrepreneurial role he has a proven track record to market products and services.

Company Profile (E-Senza)

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E-Senza Technologies, located in Konstanz Germany, is a market leader in low-power, reliable wireless device networking solutions for industrial applications. E-Senza enables OEMs and end users to quick bring to market and deploy standards-based or proprietary wireless monitoring or control solutions that result in increased safety, improved quality, and enhanced operation efficiency. E-Senza products and solutions are used by major companies in a variety of industries and by system integrators around the world. For more information visit http://www.e-senza.com.
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