Category Archives: Data Hubs

Micro Services in #IoT #EnergyAnalytics

Greetings of the day!

A year back i saw a video of Steve Singh, he was talking on the context of "micro-services" and how large technology companies want to leverage that to have more customers and more importantly more revenue/customer.

That's when we started to work on our Energy Efficiency Micro-Services Hub (releasing on 8th September, 2017 on the sidelines of #EDASummit17). We open up our existing IPs (via APIs) as we continue to focus on developing more such IPs.

Interestingly our first #B2B engagement based​ (Cement Sector) on #API pricing has got a green signal. Our efforts of enabling more value creation in the #IoT ecosystem gets a boost and encourages us to continue to take our top of the value chain approach.

I look forward to seeing you at #EDASummit17 and having an engaging discussion. Visit www.haveyouAIRed.com for more details/registration.

Best Regards,

Umesh Bhutoria

Shared Economy in #EnergyEfficiency Markets #DataHubs #OpenUp

Energy markets are transitioning fast; Energy Efficiency/Productivity is set to play much bigger role in the transitioning process. Energy Efficiency policies must reflect the new market sentiments and provide long term direction, which in most cases is found missing.

Different think tanks, development agencies and governments have sponsored/funded numerous studies and reports barriers to scaling Energy Efficiency and potential ways to overcome those barriers. The kind of data that has been collected over the areas has not been utilized adequately and is not digitally available.

Establishing central repositories and digitizing such data assets can help create better economic and social value out of data assets, information and insights that can be generated collectively could foster business model innovation, develop tools/applications to simplify energy efficiency, rationalize the cost of energy audits, encourage new age Entrepreneurs to leverage technology and #BigData to solve complex problems.

We have seen the impact of Shared economy in sectors like transportation, hospitality and media. It’s time that Energy Efficiency markets take a clue; open-up to create more value for every stakeholder.

Yours Sincerely,

Umesh Bhutoria