Saving the Planet – One kW at a time

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Session Abstract

IoT Slam 2015 Virtual Internet of Things Conference NETTHINGSThe following presentation explains how companies can easily make 20% energy cost savings by using simple, low cost energy monitoring and wireless control systems. Utilising the power of the internet and simple analytics it is very easy for (even the non energy trained) business managers to identify waste and extend those savings, whilst also employing behavioural change and staff engagement – both big words in the world of building management today because significant savings can be made, without capital investment.


Graeme Robertson
VP Sales and Marketing – NetThings
Graeme has worked in the field of energy management for over 25 years and began his career as one of the first batch of UK graduates in energy engineering, back when only 2 degree courses were available in the UK. During his early years Graeme worked in the field of Building Energy Management Systems, progressively building on a strong technical background to encompass security, lighting control, life safety and systems integration before moving into site based project management and later business development. Graeme has written in numerous technical publications including a chapter in the book “Advanced Engineering Technologies in Healthcare” published by the Royal Chartered Institute of Mechanical Engineering. Graeme now works in the role of Vice President Sales and Marketing for NetThings, who are a team of software developers, engineers, technologists and visionaries manufacturing real time energy monitoring and control systems.

Session Tags

CxO, VP / Director, Middle Management, Technical, Business Line Management,

Expert, Advanced, Intermediate, Beginner,

Retail, Manufacturing, Utilities, Banking, Financial Services, Insurance, Industrials, Healthcare, Consumer, Government / Public Sector, Pharmaceutical / BioTech, Automotive

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