We are proud to announce our recent integration with Wattics, a leader in energy management and monitoring software, to help users visualize the quality of their indoor air while also understanding its impact on energy consumption.
Our Integration Provides Insights Towards Energy Consumption
There is a growing demand not only for visibility into the air quality of our indoor spaces but how it affects a building's energy performance. The collaboration unites Kaiterra’s award-winning, RESET-certified air quality monitors with Wattics’ sophisticated and advanced energy analytics platform. This allows users to visualize pollutants within an indoor space while monitoring a buildings’ energy performance in one convenient dashboard.
Through this integration, users are able to:
- Visualize, analyze, and identify any trends or patterns from IAQ data in the building or facility.
- Benchmark indoor air quality against recognized certifications such as LEED, WELL, and RESET.
- Set custom alerts for when air quality parameters such as PM2.5, PM10, TVOC, or CO2 reach harmful levels.
- Compare kWh consumption and indoor air quality data within one graph to understand the cost-implications of the HVAC system's performance.
- Embed useful resources such as videos and documents related to indoor air quality into custom dashboards.
Enhanced IAQ and Energy Efficiency Isn't a Trade-Off
Optimizing spaces for energy efficiency as well as enhanced indoor air quality requires facility managers to analyze these elements together, using a single integrated approach.
Through Kaiterra’s expertise in commercial air quality monitoring, and Wattics in analytics, custom dashboards and reporting, we are now able to offer a robust monitoring analytics tool that provides the necessary insights for making data-driven decisions.
Wattics makes building energy management simple. Their energy analytics tools and platform help you to identify opportunities for energy cost savings, ultimately leading to improved business performance. Wattics' advanced analytics are used by professionals throughout the energy industry who are concerned with energy savings, energy efficiency projects, behavioural changes or building certification.