Smart Buildings

Audio: Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Boiler Room!

Here is the Audio Stream from our 2nd Free Webinar in the 2018 Smart Buildings Series.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Boiler Room! Memoori Talks to Sridhar Deivasigamani, CEO of Intellihot about how they are using Predictive Analytics to Improve the Efficiency of the Humble Water Heater.

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In this Q&A session with Sri from Intellihot, we discuss the potential of putting intelligence into the boiler room;

* How to Use Predictive Analytics to Actively Monitor the Condition of any Water Heater. Improve Efficiency by Monitoring Water Usage Patterns, Flow Rates and Temperatures.
* Also How to Remotely Control Boilers, Water and Gas Supply to Eliminate Catastrophic Losses, Downtime and Property Damage.

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