Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV)
       
     
The Built Environment
       
     
Save money on installation and operations
       
     
Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV)
       
     
Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV)

Demand Controlled Ventilation (DCV) saves energy by regulating air-flow according to occupancy measured with CO2 Sensors. DCV is a $4B market growing at 30% each year.

The Built Environment
       
     
The Built Environment

The built environment accounts for 30% of greenhouse gases in developed countries. Nearly half of this is for space conditioning: heating, ventilation, cooling, and humidity control. Most buildings have some variation in occupancy throughout the day and week. Yet most buildings have a fixed daily schedule of full-on and full off operation, regardless of the actual occupancy. 

Save money on installation and operations
       
     
Save money on installation and operations

LightSense low power, long lived sensors expand the addressable market. The sensors can be powered by tiny solar cells, communicating in a secure wireless mesh, thereby eliminating the need for costly low-voltage wiring when retrofiting a building.