Radio-Tech's next wave in technology

Wireless telemetry specialist Radio-Tech will be showing its energy management and environmental monitoring systems at The Energy Event 2010 in September in Birmingham.

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.

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