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What is Real-time Alerting?
Contents What is real-time alerting? We use real-time alerting to help drive efficiency in organisations. Real-time alerting is critical for empowering predictive maintenance and therefore
What is Peak Load Analysis?
Contents What is peak load analysis? Peak load analysis is a process of identifying the maximum amount of energy demand for any particular estate. It’s
Benefits of smart buildings for facilities managers
Contents The benefits of smart buildings for facilities managers Smart buildings provide a heap of benefits for facilities managers. Smart buildings can help reduce the workload
Why are smart buildings important?
All Systems Operational Contents Why are smart buildings important? The adoption of smart buildings is important for a variety of reasons. For one, smart buildings can greatly improve
What is a smart building?
All Systems Operational Contents What is a ‘smart building’? A smart building, also known as a connected or intelligent building, is a structure that uses
IoT and technology consultancy services
IoT and technology consultancy services This brochure explains how Hark can guide businesses through an IoT deployment using carefully tailored consultation and software packages. Download
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This blog post discusses the importance of stationarity in timeseries data when performing analysis or generating forecasts. Non-stationary data can pose challenges for accurate forecasting, but transformations such as differencing, Box-Cox, and Yeo-Johnson can help make data stationary. These techniques can help with effective planning and implementation of energy management policies.
What The Hex: Demystifying Hex Codes
Whether you’re a former Myspace tinkerer or a seasoned web developer who deals daily with colour on the web, you’ve probably come across hex codes before, but how much do you know about this strange-looking combination of numbers and letters? If the answer is not very much, check this out.
Understanding the Bias Variance Trade-Off
The bias-variance trade-off is a fundamental concept in machine learning and statistics that refers to the trade-off between a model’s ability to fit the training data well (low bias) and its ability to generalise to unseen data (low variance).
What is an Electrical Site Survey? 4 Steps to Empower your Energy Management Project
Electrical site surveys are instrumental to a successful energy management project. By understanding the assets, network infrastructure and requirements of a facility, we can accurately plan and roadmap a high-impact energy analytics and industrial IoT project.
SolarEdge to Acquire Hark Systems, a European-Based Energy Analytics and IoT Company
Hark’s capabilities will expand SolarEdge’s monitoring and energy management offering to the Commercial and Industrial segment
Why do IoT projects fail and what can be done to ensure success?
The internet of things (IoT) is best known for unlocking new business opportunities by transforming the way people and machines work. In today’s world, data is the key to a business’s success; IoT deployments can provide critical data to any device such as a phone, tablet or computer within seconds to help businesses improve performance.