Housing Technology 2018

Sharon Davies (from Housing) and I were speakers recently at the Housing Technology 2018 conference in Oxford (#housingtech2018).

 

 

We were talking about the council’s pilot project for Internet of Things (IoT) devices in social housing.  We will be able to assess the effects of building improvement works by measuring temperature and humidity levels before, during and after the work.

We also touched upon event-driven architecture (where business rules in our integration platform can trigger tasks, cases or alerts), and a forthcoming mobile app for those residents taking part in the pilot. The app will allow residents to see temperature and humidity levels inside and outside their flats.

Thank you to our lovely audience, who chose to come and see us – there were many other options available during our timeslot – and asked some great questions.

I’ve added a video of our slides – please do get in touch with me if you have any more questions about the project. You can email me at neil.cholerton@brighton-hove.gov.uk .

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