RIGHT DATA. RIGHT PLACE. RIGHT TIME.
Collect better environmental data and build stronger analytics. Even if you’re not a data scientist.
Purrmetrix uses an array of high quality sensors to drive powerful analytics.
Temperature, humidity, CO2, motion: Purrmetrix sensors send live data to a webservice that delivers powerful analytics on your environment.
By making analytics accessible to everyone, we help customers take action to improve the performance of their buildings.
Easy to Install
Our small sensors can be installed in minutes but will last for years, with minimum maintenance. Plug in the gateway, attach your sensors and add its icon to a plan in the account.
Purrmetrix is fully redeployable. Move sensors easily and set up new analyses to explore as many projects as you need to.
Scales to Your Need
From greenhouse to housing estate, Purrmetrix scales well to allow single users or teams to get maximum value from a deployment.
Turn data into information using a wide range of analytic approaches.
WHY USE ENVIRONMENTAL DATA?
Purr’s powerful analytics are used in many industries,
wherever environmental data can help improve the efficiency of buildings, processes or people.
Helping landlords understand what is happening in their housing.
Improving energy efficiency, space utilisation and productivity.
Finding and benchmarking energy reduction opportunities.
From the blog
Getting more from your data. Everyone wants data from buildings these days. Most people don’t want to spend all day (or even an afternoon) trying to make sense of it. With that in mind we built the Purrmetrix account to provide tools for quickly making sense of your environmental data and processes to automate the […]
Getting value from environmental data Recently we’ve been upgrading the Purrmetrix web service to integrate new analytics and upgrade some of the features that make it easier to work with your data. This blog is about introducing a couple of new analytics – on ventilation rate and condensation risk – both of which make sense […]
In 2003, a healthcare worker infected with SARS went to a wedding in Hong Kong and checked into the Metropole Hotel. He fell ill the next day and went to hospital – but had already infected 16 other guests with rooms on the same floor, probably largely through their ventilation systems. Move forward 17 years […]