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Evey Pulse

An integrated solution for smart home, office and building energy management

Evey Pulse

An integrated solution for smart home, office and building energy management

  • World Alliance Member
  • Featured Solution
  • Labelled Solution
Publication Date September 25, 2020
By Evey - deleted
From Canada
Maturity stage TRL 7 - Prototype testing in the real world

Many connected objects are available on the market today. They can tell us what is happening in an environment when we aren't physically there and help manage the energy consumption in a building. However, these objects can't communicate with each other. Users have to control them individually using a variety of mobile apps, which lacks convenience. The Evey Pulse Solution overcomes these challenges by integrating all the connected devices in a space, which can be controlled at home, at the office or remotely, using nothing more than voice commands, a visual interface or an app. The Solution uses artificial intelligence to recognise and learns from users' habits, and adapts to their preferences to create a space tailored to the their needs. Evey Pulse can reduce home energy consumption by 30% by making smart use of energy. Overall, the Solution is solving problems of efficiency and practicality in the use of connected objects and addresses people's concerns regarding of safety, security and energy efficiency.

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Evey - deleted

Evey is a senior housing assistant who adapts the home environment based on the elders preferences and habits.

Headquarters Montreal, QC H3B 1A6, Canada
Type Startup or self-employed
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The International Cleantech Network (ICN) is a global network of 13 cleantech clusters on the international forefront of providing innovative and sustainable solutions to meet the growing demand for green technologies.

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