We had a great coverage of AirEx in the Times today. It has been really exciting to be part of Europe's largest sustainable startup hub!
Great to be featured in the Sunday Times as a measure to help homeowners winter-proof their homes.
The Energy Systems Catapult is helping AirEx to accelerate our innovation to market through the Living Lab – a place where innovators can test new products, services and business models in up to 100 real-world homes connected to a cloud-based digital platform by an array of in-home IoT sensors/actuators.
Please vote for AirEx in the Smart Home category of the EDF Pulse Award 2018!
To find out more, please watch our video.
We were lucky enough to be one of eight teams that have been selected to start their project with the Agile IoT Gateway.
During this funded project we will be working to integrate our vent units to agnostic gateways and IoT systems by porting our code to the Agile loT stack and developing standard APls using the Agile gateway. In the meantime, we will be undertaking continuous management and device updates using Agile Fleet Management, and also scoping possibilities of integration with other applications (particularly with smart home technologies).
We've had three fantastic days at VIVA Technology in Paris, where we exhibited and presented in the ENGIE Lab and the EDF Discovery zone.
We participated in the ECO Innovation Workshop, and are included in the summary report by BEIS & Ofgem.
Read the report
We've installed 7 AirEx devices into the Salford Energy House!
The impact of the devices on energy consumption, heat flux and airtightness will all be tested and monitored over the next two weeks.
The AirEx team have been busy installing devices across the country in homes taking part in the Living Lab Trial.
The devices will be monitored over the next year, helping residents save on their energy bills while making their homes more comfortable and maintaining air quality.
Over the past weeks and months we have been getting units ready for our biggest trail yet.
These units just need their batteries and they are ready to go!