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SeeControl Selected by Aviva Energy to Bring the Internet of Things to Enterprise Energy Management

SeeControl Selected by Aviva Energy to Bring the Internet of Things to Enterprise Energy Management

Leading provider of energy consulting services in the western United States brings innovative Machine-to-Machine (M2M) energy solutions to market in record time.

SeeControl™ today announced that Aviva Energy Corporation, a leading solutions provider for energy management services to mid-sized and Fortune 500 corporations in the western United States, has selected SeeControl as the application platform to power its next-generation Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things Cloud Services. The affordable subscription services proven by SeeControl bring advanced intelligence and analytics to enterprises struggling to map energy consumption to critical business processes.

Aviva Energy and SeeControl developed the EnergySensr™ platform as a comprehensive solution that marries low-cost electrical, natural gas and water sub-meters with a cellular M2M gateway. The solution allows deployment of energy management within sites, buildings and facilities anywhere in the world, via a self-installation kit. It provides business process definition and mapping tools so that users can link energy usage to equipment, process, area, zone, facility or other parameter unique to their operations.

Greg Allen, President of Aviva Energy, said:

“We chose the SeeControl™ EnergySensr™ platform for its scalability, flexibility and capacity to enable a whole new class of energy management, cost allocation and load response solutions. In thirty days, we had a market-ready solution. In sixty days, we had paying clients.”

Bryan Kester, CEO of SeeControl stated:
“Aviva Energy is a great example of how the Internet of Things is helping transform the status quo in existing industries. Aviva is redefining how enterprises manage energy and taking share from incumbents.”

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