Make low-cost, real-time gas measurement a reality
This project responds to the problems that the gas industry often faces: the profitability of collecting data in real time. Gas meter data that was manually read by agents once a month is now collected by the NCU on an hourly basis, and sent daily to NICIGAS Stream.
The data collected is used to visualize and predict the amount of gas remaining in households, which allows faster replacement of gas cylinders and improves the quality of service to its consumers. In addition, the NCU also reports meter incidents. In the event of an earthquake, the gas valve is programmed to close automatically, bringing convenience and real-time security to properties. The NCU is energy efficient and should last more than 10 years on internal batteries.
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Solar Panels And The Importance of Aesthetics
Solar panels are one of the most visible signs of the energy transition. As their presence grows across our rooftops, highways, farmland and other surfaces, it’s important that they blend in with or enhance the aesthetics of their surroundings.I'm interested
Safe@work by LODGE.co: for a serene return to the office.
LODGE.co, a startup assisting companies in the economic and environmental optimisation of buildings, is launching a digital solution to manage workspaces during this period of deconfinement in order to meet the new health and physical distance regulations imposed by COVID-19.I'm interested
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