On 21st of March, Ross Haffenden, IoT Strategy Director, will be presenting at the IBM Think conference and event in Las Vegas, USA.
Ross will be showcasing “I•VIE”, Chameleon’s new voice assistant and IoT platform. I•VIE combines real time energy data with other information such as weather, personal calendar, geo location and building fabric data to create personalised, actionable insights and automated, self-optimising home environment controls. I•VIE will help people to stay aware of and in control of their energy use and costs, so we can all live in a comfortable, healthy, safe and secure environment.
Ross will challenge the Think! audience to consider what is possible in the future, and how I•VIE can be used to improve lives in areas as diverse as digital health, sustainable housing and insurance.
Ross will be presenting with Kendra DeKyrel, Director Watson Assistant, at in the session “Transform the Customer Experience with Watson Assistant (and Don’t Just Take Our Word for It)”.
Wednesday 21st, March 1.30pm at Mandalay Bay South, Level 2 – Surf F. Session 2029.
The UK’s top technology firms were honoured at the Sunday Times HisCox Tech Track 100 Awards Dinner in London on November 7th. At the presentation, for awards previously announced in September, Chameleon’s Managing Director Mike Woodhall and Finance Director Graeme Allison officially accepted Chameleon’s place at number 89. This is the first time Chameleon has placed on the league table, which ranks Britain’s 100 private tech companies with the fastest-growing sales over the last three years.
Mike Woodhall said, “We are again very proud to have been recognised for our incredible growth in the last few years. As our innovations in IoT and real-time data solutions develop, we are looking forward to further growth in the coming years. I’m very proud of the Chameleon team for another fantastic achievement.”
The awards were attended by 240 guests including founders, chairs, CEOs and FDs of the 100 featured companies.
Discover more about the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 here.
Chameleon Technology will be exhibiting at European Utility Week, this year in Amsterdam from October 3rd to 5th, on stand 1F31 in the ESMIG Pavillion. The Chameleon team will be demonstrating real time smart energy solutions which already help utilities engage with millions of energy customers.
This year Chameleon will be launching the new I•VIE platform and Intelligent Voice Interface. The platform brings real time energy data and other applications together and allows customers to have a conversation with their energy for the first time.
Chameleon Technology’s Managing Director, Mike Woodhall said, “ European Utility Week is always a fantastic event for Chameleon and this year we are not only showcasing our real time smart energy solutions, but we are introducing game-changing technology with the Chameleon I•VIE platform. I•VIE brings Chameleon real time energy data solutions together with a variety of applications via our platform which elevate the opportunities for customer engagement significantly.”
Chameleon has partnered with global technology giant IBM and the IBM Watson platform. Experts from IBM will on the Chameleon stand to discuss how their technology allows Chameleon to enable consumers to have conversations with their energy.
European Utility Week is the premier business, innovation and information platform connecting the smart utility community, with experts from utilities, network operators, vendors, consultants, start-ups and system integrators covering the entire smart system value chain.
Chameleon Technology has been listed in the Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 league table.
Chameleon’s huge growth has seen us recognised in The Tech Track 100, which ranks Britain’s private technology, media and telecoms (TMT) companies with the fastest-growing sales. This is the first time that Chameleon has featured on the league table and has been ranked at no 89.
Mike Woodhall, MD of Chameleon said “I am delighted that Chameleon Technology has been recognised on The Sunday Times Hiscox Tech Track 100 list this year. Our strong growth, and our position on the Tech Track 100, is the result of the team’s hard work and the support of our customers and partners. Our ambitious and exciting product roadmap promises further accelerated growth and we have an excellent team in place to deliver that.”
On October 4, Chameleon Technology is presenting at the IBM Genius of Things event in Boston, USA. There, IBM and its partners in business, innovation and education, will share real-life examples of how the IoT is reshaping business and society. Chameleon Technology’s Ross Haffenden will present a session on Personalising Experiences and how Chameleon is working to create a digital revolution in home energy.
You can watch Ross’ presentation live here on October 4th, 2.55pm (Boston) (7.55pm GMT) or follow us on Twitter at @smartchameleon for live updates.
Chameleon Technology has won the Best Medium-Sized Company at the Harrogate Advertiser Business Awards for 2017! The awards recognises successful Harrogate-based businesses. Chameleon, previously shortlisted in this category in 2016, was noted for its significant growth and innovation and exciting plans for the future. Chameleon’s Managing Director Mike Woodhall said “I’m very proud that Chameleon has been recognised for our significant growth, development and innovation in the past year. Congratulations to our entire team for contributing to this fantastic result.”
Smart Energy GB, the voice of the smart meter rollout, today publishes Smart energy outlook, the largest independent barometer of national public opinion on energy and smart meters. This latest edition of Smart energy outlook shows that over eight in ten (81 per cent) of people who have upgraded to a smart meter would recommend them to others.
Consistent with previous Smart energy outlook reports, the latest round of research shows that a large majority of people with smart meters are using the technology on a regular basis to keep their energy costs under control. Eighty two per cent of people with smart meters are taking steps to reduce their energy use.
Smart energy outlook also shows the importance of in-home displays (IHDs) in helping people get their gas and electricity under control. IHDs are handheld devices that show at a glance, in pounds and pence and in near real time, how much energy is being used. Every household is offered one, at no extra cost, when they get their smart meters from their suppliers.
The research shows that those who have IHDs are using them regularly to save energy. Eight out of ten people with an IHD check it regularly. Nearly nine in ten (88 per cent) of those with an IHD say that they have a better idea of what they’re spending on energy, compared to 76 per cent of those who have a smart meter but not an IHD.
Smart energy outlook is carried out for Smart Energy GB, twice a year, by independent research agency Populus. It surveys more than 10,000 people around the country.
Today the independent ‘Each Home Counts’, review into residential energy efficiency was published. The publication sets out a number of measures to provide confidence to consumers and increased business opportunities for the supply chain, including a new ‘single promise’ quality mark. The key objectives to establish an information Hub for consumers, plus the evolution of a data warehouse covering all UK homes, in combination with the higher quality of installation and advice is very much welcomed. The proposed measures will greatly assist the installation of an increased range of energy efficiency measures for consumers.
Dr Howard Porter, BEAMA CEO, and Each Homes Counts Implementation Board member, comments that “the future opportunities for consumers to reduce their energy bills, will be a combination of existing and well established measures, the smart metering roll out, and evolving technologies such as energy storage and electric vehicles. This review provides the framework for the industry to deliver these solutions to a wide range of consumers over the coming years.”
This is the 6th consecutive year that Chameleon has been shortlisted for the awards, having won the award in 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Chameleon has been shortlisted for the award for the Chameleon Combined CAD IHD. This is a market-defining cloud connected smart energy monitor solution. Chameleon has won previously for its pre-payment and accessible IHDs.
Chameleon Technology’s Managing Director, Mike Woodhall said “We are very pleased to be shortlisted once again for this Smart Energy Award. It is a great endorsement of our technical and design expertise and our customer and commercial focus. The Chameleon Combined CAD IHD combines the functionality of a mandate-meeting in-home display with cloud connectivity, which can unlock all that is promised by The Connected Home revolution.”
The awards are the largest of their type in Europe and will be held on February 2nd in London, as part of the 8th Smart Energy Europe and Future Utility Summit. The event will be attended by over 350 major UK & European utilities, DSOs, TSOs, Think Tanks and consumer bodies.
Chameleon’s Mike Woodhall will be attending the conference. To discuss how Chameleon can help you unlock the potential of the Connected Home, please contact Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chameleon Technology will be exhibiting at European Utility Week in Barcelona from November 15th -17th on stand 3D89. Chameleon will again join leading smart energy providers on the BEAMA stand in the Great Britain Pavilion. The Chameleon team will be demonstrating how Chameleon’s real time connected home solutions can optimise the IoT.
Chamleeon Technology’s Managing Director, Mike Woodhall said, “European Utility Week is a unique opportunity to engage in a range of discussions about smart metering, the energy sector and energy and the IoT. We look forward to meeting our partners, customers and industry friends at the event.”
Over 11,000 smart energy professionals from around the world will convene for the 3 days in Barcelona to share insights in the most significant event in the smart energy industry.