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Candi

CANDI connects devices and data in mainstream commercial buildings to cloud-based services for energy and facilities management. Our open IoT server bridges established and popular communication protocols, so you get secure access to best-in-class legacy systems and IoT devices—directly or through leading cloud-based apps and services. The result is vastly improved insight into your operations as well as management, monitoring, and control of infrastructure systems and IoT devices.

CANDI enables your IoT administrative services, data gathering, mobile apps, API integration, web portals and gateways. You can use the data we generate and services we link to for analytics, process optimization, demand management, billing and sustainability applications.

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  • SNAPSHOT
  • United States
    2009
    Private
    < $10m
    11 - 50
    Open website
  • IOT SOLUTIONS
  • Successful case studies show a 5x lower installation costs compared to traditional proprietary approaches for building automation, increased ROI, faster installation time, increased security, and compatibility with major cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure.

    Gateway providers can obtain free licensing to strengthen their product offering
  • KEY CUSTOMERS
  • Enterprise tier providers such as EnerNOC and Lucid, and gateway providers
  • CASE STUDIES
  • Candi: Water Treatment Energy Management
    Water pumping, treatment and conveyance are among the largest energy and cost outlays for many local and regional municipalities. Electricity time-of-use rates and peak pricing tariffs are driving those costs even higher. This case study describes how Monterey Regional Water Pollution Control Agency (MRWPCA) implemented a process data monitoring and control solution in order to analyze and optimize energy use, reduce deployment costs and save operational expenses.
    Candi: Leveraging Linux for Energy Smarts, Reducing Risk with IoT Standards
    If the embedded developer is using an Intel Quark or the next generation smaller class product to power an IoT device, one of the biggest problems they face today is which IoT communication protocol to adopt. Dozens of new wired and wireless schema are competing to own the network, data and physical layers. Several consortia have emerged to describe new reference architectures for communicating between IoT devices and clouds. And there are many solid legacy protocols with strong track records. From the developer’s perspective, it may feel like the risk is so high of choosing the wrong protocol that it might as well be a no-fly zone.
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  • Product Development
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  • Intel
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