With Nomad Go's direct control into building management systems and real-time occupancy data you can save energy, reduce emissions, create healthier spaces and optimize space utilization.
See how ATS Automation uses Nomad Go to improve its ventilation control strategies and overall space health in real time.
Buildings worldwide account for over 39% of all greenhouse emissions and 36% of energy consumption, much of which comes from heating, ventilation and air conditioning. These systems are highly inefficient due to one thing: there is no way to accurately count the occupancy of a building, zone or room. Instead, most buildings are controlled by schedules and primitive sensors, leading to 20%-25% in wasted energy and CO2 emissions according to the Department of Energy.
Nomad Go is an easy-to-deploy edge AI computer vision solution that provides highly accurate and real-time occupancy at scale, leading to energy savings from 17%-22%.
With Nomad Go you can:
Improve Energy Efficiency
Adjust ventilation in real-time to dramatically reduce energy consumption
Use real-time data to lower
energy-related carbon emissions
Make informed space decisions with real-time data, for more energy savings
Create Healthier Environments
Optimize layout & procedures to improve employee and customer
comfort and safety
How Nomad Go Works
Using everyday smart devices, Nomad Go accurately detects the number of people in a room in real time using computer vision on the edge. The data is sent directly to the building management system to regulate air flow according to the number of people in the room, thereby reducing energy usage and energy-related carbon emissions.
Nomad Go provides a variety of out of the box metrics and functionality including:
Energy & Sustainability
Direct control of building systems
Health & Safety
Planning & Design
What Our Customers Say
"Using the data and insights from Nomad Go, we see immediate opportunities to improve demand control ventilation and solve existing occupancy detection challenges that will remain critical both during a pandemic and in everyday building operations."
President, ATS Automation