Quantimetrica and OpenTRV are pleased to announce their plan to work together and incorporate Quantimetrica' s technology into carbon-saving heating control devices and into transport management systems. OpenTRV's primary mission is to help cut carbon emissions and reduce climate change, aiming to cut total EU emissions by as much as 8%, with smart, low-cost, retrofit devices for existing space heating systems such as gas-fired radiator central heating. To achieve this saving, OpenTRV is making zoning and occupancy sensing an afford able reality for everyone by targeting a price point of EUR15/GBP10 per radiator or EU R150/GBP100 per typical house. Quantimetrica' s technology will enhance this occupancy sensing with low power drain and miniaturisation.
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Quantimetrica has been part of the UK Companies' Pavillion, Hall A1, Stand 179. It has demonstrated it's miniature voice trigger prototype to a number of visitors and made interesting contacts.
The exhibition lasted from 11-14 of November 2014.
Quantimetrica presenting to Samsung's Technology Sourcing team to demonstrate it's technology and how it can drive new innovations in collaboration with this global technology giant - Part of London TechWeek on June 16th.
London 10 September 2014 – Dr. David Tupman, key British engineer behind the launch of the first iPhone, has joined Quantimetrica, a London-based technology company specialising in low power voice recognition software and hardware for the Internet of things. The Quantimetrica technology uses voice to operate devices and turn them into smart ones serving different markets including mobile phones, toys, home automation, wearables and cameras.
David Tupman will lead Quantimetrica's Technical Advisory Board and lend his expertise connecting innovative technologies with new applications.
Quantimetrica was founded in July 2013 by a team of engineers specialising in audio based solutions for the Internet of things. Dr. Yianni Doumenis, CEO of Quantimetrica said: “Our technologies are tiny, consume ultra low power and can make many 'dumb' devices 'smart' for a better and safer living.
We are excited to be working with David to create new applications and client experiences that capitalise on the strength of our audio triggering and other specialist innovations. He will bring vision and guidance to Quantimetrica as we embark on the application of our ground breaking technology to a broad range of applications.”
Dr. Tupman said, “I am very excited to join the Technical Advisory Board of Quantimetrica. The technical team at Quantimetrica is outstanding and it is going to be fun working with them. The low power voice technology that Quantimetrica is developing will enable and enhance a wide range of interesting new applications and products.”