Chapel Hill Internet of Things startup aims to improve energy efficiency
By Natalie Yerger, freelance reporter
For decades, developers, architects and landlords have worked to make their buildings kinder to the planet and, in turn, cheaper for them to maintain in the long run. Now, a company in Chapel Hill is embarking on an ambitious vision that supports those goals.
As an Internet of Things startup, Smart OES provides energy optimization for buildings and is setting the tone for environmental issues startups across the Triangle. Its vision is to reduce greenhouse emissions for nonresidential buildings using a suite of wireless hardware devices that measure energy use throughout a building and then send that data to the Cloud, among other tools.Read More