Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: EnergyEnergy company, Energy Australia, is claiming potential savings of $253 million a year on their energy bills for residential energy customers in the eastern states following the launch of new software which uses a combination of leading technology and behavioural science to drive “large-scale savings”.
Featured | Written by: Peter Dinham | Published in: EnergyUnited States wave energy technology company, Ocean Power Technologies, and Lockheed Martin have entered into a teaming agreement to develop a 19 megawatt wave-energy project in Victoria backed by partial funding of $65.5 million from the federal government’s Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism.
Digi International announced a ZigBee-based home energy gateway that runs Linux on a Freescale i.MX28 processor. Compliant with the upcoming Smart Energy 2.0 standard, the & ConnectPort X2e for Smart Energy& enables ZigBee devices on a Home Area Network (HAN) to communicate with an energy service provider, says the company....
Written by: David Heath | Published in: EnergyWave energy has long been seen as a viable solution for Australia's energy needs. This latest CSIRO study gives credence to that view and offers some advice on how to achieve it.
I am investigating Bluetooth Low energy technology on Android platform for my project. Towards this, I would like to know whether there are plans to provide native Bluetooth low energy support in Android SDK. Is anybody working on the same? If yes, when will it be available?
I came across the link of broadcom which talks about Open Bluetooth Low Energy SDK from Broadcom for Android.