Ecospectral’s CEO, David Keightley, presented to Tech23 2017. See David’s pitch here.
Ecospectral was pleased to be invited as one of 23 deep technology Australian companies to present at this years’ Tech 23 conference.
David Keightley, founder and CEO, gave a stirring 5 minute presentation about how the BRIM system is able to shrinkwrap energy consumption around the people who use a building, enhance the safety and security of occupants and enable buildings to be a more liveable place.
David said “The BRIM system applies unique signal processing and communications architecture that is derived from many years of of experience in aerospace, defence and research. This architecture uses a layered design – intelligence within the sensor unit through to the cloud and distributed throughout a building – effectively distributed intelligence for Internet of Things or DI-IoT.”
The core technology for the BRIM system has been proven in 4 sites. “We are receiving significant interest In Australia, Asia and North America across commercial sites used for offices, hotels, apartments and retail. We are ready to scale.” says David.
“One of the more exciting applications of our technology is to take the signals from our sensors and third party sensors and crunch them together. Our AI engine draws on the patterns of use of the building detected by those multi-spectral signals plus the many permutations of correlations of those signals. This is done not just in the cloud but also ‘at the edge’ – within the sensor unit itself. This gives control of hardware devices and equipment such as heating and air-conditioning, lights and audio-visual in real time and over time and with super accuracy but without jeopardising the client’s network.”
The system also enables clients to shed and shift energy for a room or floor – not just across the building.