Zenatix launches IoT based product 'WattMan' to help retail, BFSI businesses

| Updated: Sep 29, 2016 19:11 IST

New Delhi [India], Sep 29 (ANI): IoT based energy management start-up Zenatix has announced the launch of its new product WattMan built over a robust IoT stack, which allows retail and BFSI corporate ensure governance, quality of service, and risk mitigation across their distributed infrastructure through automated and intelligent controls. The technology prowess in building the hardware (controller), firmware, software, and analytics is driven by the core IP that Zenatix has created. WattMan is a combination of hardware and software. The hardware includes sensors for monitoring energy, temperature, humidity, and other important parameters. The hardware also includes control equipment for automated control of ACs and Signage's. WattMan's cloud-based software provides accessibility and configurability over the web and mobile. "WattMan provides a centralized system which helps consumers govern energy consumption at their geographically spread out sites and achieve significant reductions in energy bills, by understanding the energy consumption pattern at various system/ appliances levels, and by configuring actions that get automatically executed," said CTO and Co-founder Zenatix, Amarjeet Singh. "Besides real-time energy monitoring, we also develop sophisticated energy analytics models to achieve complex control settings which are otherwise not possible with manual control. WattMan through the energy consumption analysis, regulates the time and temperature for the signage and air-conditioners respectively to operate," added Singh. "WattMan's 10-20 percent cost reduction contributes significantly to retailers' bottom line, which is typically a single digit number. In addition to the energy efficiency, customers will find "overall governance" and "quality of service" benefits equally appealing, as it empowers them to have a much better control and understanding of their country-wide distributed infrastructure. WattMan will allow them to move from the current black box environment, where they have zero visibility into the operations of electrical infrastructure, to a fully controllable and transparent environment, accessible over mobile," said Chief Executive Officer and Co-founder Zenatix, Rahul Bhalla. (ANI)