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BeyWatch: An Innovative Energy Management System for a Smart Environment


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Innovative ICT for efficient energy useage and reducing carbon footprint


Date and Time

26 March 2013 - 18:00-20:00


Manchester, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Manchester local network.

About this event

The BeyWatch project was a European funded initiative that carried out a programme of research activities in which innovative ICT methods have been used to improve energy efficiency and reduce carbon footprint. A range of areas including ultra-low power white goods, intelligent controls, renewable energy sources, modelling business plans, and consumer awareness, have been targeted as part of the project. This presentation will take you through some of the activities and challenges that were faced by the consortium during this programme of work.


 Ganesh Sauba, GL Noble Denton


18:00 - Light refreshments

18:30 - Start

Additional information

Lecture in in Conference Room 6.  Multistorey car park in nearby Charles Street.  Pay on exit


The Engineering, Management and Manufacturing Technical Group (EMM) of the IET Manchester Network

Registration information

The event is free but please register online using the 'Register' button
Registration starts on 31 January 2013

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