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Wattics launches new tool to help building professionals strike balance between indoor air quality and energy efficiency

Dublin, 10 November, 2021 /Wattics Ltd/ — Wattics has introduced a new tool which incorporates the monitoring and analysis of indoor air quality…

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Good indoor air quality and optimized energy consumption: now possible with Wattics and Kaiterra

The Covid-19 pandemic has thrust into the spotlight the need to examine indoor air quality to identify harmful, unseen airborne pollutants or…

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Top 4 benefits: Unifying energy and air quality data to optimise energy use, cost & indoor health

  With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent cautious re-entry of building occupants in places of work, study and recreation,…

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Wattics platform update: July Round-Up

The new feature floodgates have opened here at Wattics. In the last weeks, the development team has been hard at work creating new energy analytics…

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Wattics launches MQTT integration, expanding network of compatible IoT smart building devices

Communication technology is core to enable a building’s devices to “talk” with one another. The Internet of Things (IoT) is not a…

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Wattics recognised as energy management software ‘Market Leader’

Wattics has been named a ‘Market Leader’ in the Energy Management Software category in FeaturedCustomers’ Summer 2021 Energy…

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Upload electricity data to your Wattics platform through CSV files

Tags: analytics, csv, dashboard, electricity data, integration

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Degreedays.net integration for import of heating-cooling degree days

Tags: data analytics, degreedays, energy analytics, energy management

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