All in Mobile Phone
The app is an operating system of the houses and buildings upon which you can deploy new business models and services such as dynamic energy tariffs, solar communities, among others.
- Real- time Energy visualization
- Operator control panel
- Seamless integration
- Smart home control and automation
- Drive energy savings
- Real-time device management
Manage all the IoT and smart home devices with one single user friendly mobile application.
Schedule the equipment usage at the most efficient times.
Interconnect all the smart home appliances to drive energy savings (i.e reduce the thermostat, set point when opening the blinds).
Green Energy Tariff
Assign smart plugs to the green energy tariff to receive bonus points based on the amount of renewable energy you are consuming from the grid. Exchange the points from your wallet for ethers to perform online transactions and receive discounts or cash.
Track your Consumption
Get a snapshot of the energy consumption of your home appliances, monitor your spend and manage your resources efficiently.
Assign your devices to different services provided by your utility and obtain bonus points when engaging with the services. Change the loyalty points “ethers” for cash or donate them to your favorite charity.
Democratize access to solar power. Allow customers to receive savings from solar energy without having to install panels on their own rooftops.
Track the production of the electricity from PV system. Use the consumption of the subscribers for billing purposes.
Visualize the energy flows of all devices as well as exchange energy within the community thanks to app’s node and services.
The app is the best solution to manage all IoT and smart home devices in one single interface. Moreover it allows you to participate in the green energy tariff, which will enable you to consume green energy from the local producers.
Technology Stack and Instruments
- Business Analyst
- UI/UX Designer
- UI/UX Design
Languages & Tools:
- Design – Figma, Miro
Scope of Work
- 60+ – screens
- 200 – hours
- 2 – people