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Recent Wins Across the United Kingdom

For Buddy Platform today, smart spaces run the gamut from recreational vehicles, as seen by our work with Airstream, to schools like Kenyon College, Culver Academies and Whitefish School District. These are just a few of the many use cases for deployment of Buddy Ohm in helping organisations measure and verify energy consumption and drive … Continued

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Checking In on Works With Ohm

At the Buddy Connect event in Sydney in March, 2018, we unveiled a new program called Works with Ohm, designed to help broaden the types of meters and sensors that can transmit data to Buddy Ohm. Why take this approach? In reality, we can’t possibly make or anticipate every scenario or meter that may present … Continued

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Can You Hear Me Now?

We’re all used to seeing the Wi-Fi signal status bars on our mobile phones to the left of our carrier names. The shaded five dots or ascending blocks are what we look for just after the person we’re talking to breaks up and we move closer to the window asking, “Can you hear me now?” … Continued

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Event season in full swing

This is always an active time of year for industry events, and 2018 is no different. Buddy team members have spanned the globe, participating in events focused on schools, sustainability, IoT and more. It’s great to demonstrate the impact and application Buddy Ohm can have in wide variety of building and facility types. Most recently … Continued

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Smart Cities: A real-world application for IoT

The Buddy Round Table Series: Smart Cities, A real-world application for IoT. In this inaugural interactive round table session, Buddy invited four forward-looking individuals involved in Smart City initiatives to discuss IoT challenges and trends as it relates to smart buildings and smart cities around the world. No sales pitches here. Just thought-provoking, highly-participatory conversations … Continued

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Nothing Beats a Follow-On Order

Nothing screams “satisfaction” like a follow up order from an existing customer. Here at Buddy we’ve seen a recent trend in site augmentation with some of our installed base customers expanding the breadth of the energy/utility resources they are tracking. This uptick tells us that our customers are getting value from the data they are … Continued

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Annual General Meeting – 2017

Buddy Platform conducted it’s Annual General Meeting on 30th November 2017, hosted by CEO David McLauchlan and Company Secretary Stuart Usher. Over 20 shareholders attended the event in Buddy’s Adelaide’s office with many more joining online. A full video of the AGM is included here. With the required formalities out of the way, Dave McLauchlan … Continued

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Teamwork is the recipe for success!

With team members scattered across Australia and the US, we’re prolific users of collaboration technology and video teleconferencing to break down these geographical barriers. Last week provided us with a rare and fantastic opportunity to physically bring many of our people to Adelaide for a three-day planning and strategy event. As a relatively new person … Continued

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Collaboration, integration and interoperability key to smart cities

Long the responsibility of State Governments, the Australian Federal Government has been considering what central role they might play in the development of cities. As the country struggles with population growth, economic transition and climate change, the solutions offered by IoT technologies, smart and connected cities and infrastructure is of increasing national interest. At a … Continued

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Strength in diversity

The technology industry is a wonderful industry to be a part of, offering opportunities to work and travel all over the world. As technology professionals, we benefit and grow from a highly diverse workforce. Throughout my career, one of the most positive experiences I have had is in the running of diverse and inclusive teams, … Continued

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