Martin Woolridge: The Internet of Things so that the air we breathe in the office is always perfect
11/07/2021 – 10:38
“Let’s put ourselves in the position. The London Olympics, in 2012. It was already in the midst of digital transformation, in that edition There were at least 20,000 security cameras to monitor the entire Olympic Village. However, there was no tool to know its location and status in real time.
Dissonance in the proof, resolvable with one of the vulgar digital twins, that served as the inspiration for the awakening of a local startup. Metrikus, as it is called, found in the sensing and integration of these devices a commercial activity Which was exploding in the real estate sector and also in the headquarters of major companies.
Obviously, in these use cases, security is not the main concern. On the contrary, among the more than 200 different sensors that integrate the Metrikus platform, The main use cases relate to energy consumption, air quality, and safe return to work since COVID-19″