The firm's 'economise' is claimed to enable companies to easily monitor their consumption of electricity, gas and water, allowing reductions in consumption. Eco chips (transmitters) stationed at strategic points measure a building's energy consumption and transmit that information to Radio-Tech's data hub, the RT:Wi5. The hub then sends the data to either Radio-Tech's or third-party software, allowing companies to devise a monitoring and targeting plan that could potentially save thousands of pounds.
Meanwhile, Radio-Tech's wireless environmental monitoring system measures energy efficiency and building performance and is designed to meet standards specified by the Energy Savings Trust. Sensors positioned throughout a property measure variables such as temperature, humidity, CO2, electricity, gas and water consumption. This data is transmitted to a central hub at five-minute intervals, then collected by Radio-Tech or client-hosted servers for analysis.