KNOWN QUANTITY

Edge Computing + Artificial Intelligence
The Evolution of Smart Buildings

 
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OUR STORY

Out of applied research from the National Renewable Energy Lab, comes the latest in advanced building sensor technology. We provide artificially intelligent sensors and analytics, to inform and automate a variety of building operations and management use cases. At Known Quantity, we believe that the most powerful technological capabilities should be available to every company.  Contact us today to for us to learn about your challenges and opportunities.

 

WHAT WE DO

At Known Quantity, we build hardware and software that adds the power of AI to your decision making tool kit. By delivering the most advanced occupancy detection and building intelligence platform to your products or portfolio,  your investment decisions around, utilization, building efficiency, automation, safety and security can be powered by 24x7, data-driven insight.  See our MEDIA & PRESS section below for the latest in COVID19 social distance monitoring  capabilities.

 

MEDIA & PRESS UPDATES

What's New

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AI AND  SOCIAL DISTANCING

The system provides a display that shows where people are in the restaurant, using a green icon to indicate when they’re at least six feet apart and a red icon if they’re too close for too long.


The technology was developed by Known Quantity Sensors, a smart building company that uses AI and analytics “to inform and automate a variety of building operations and management use cases.”

COVID-19 SOCIAL DISTANCING SOLUTIONS

Washington Platform is a test site for new technology that puts a visual image on social distancing standards.

“I think it’s good for the customers to see what’s going on in a restaurant setting,” said Washington Platform owner and chef Jon Diebold

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R&D 100: SMART SENSORS MEAN ENERGY SAVINGS

For nearly 30 years, commercial buildings have relied on motion occupancy sensors -- a technology that a study has found can only accurately detect people about 75 percent of the time -- to control lighting and reduce energy costs. But now researchers at the Energy Department’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) have developed a new low-cost smart sensor that raises the accuracy of detecting people to the upper 90 percent range according to initial studies -- an advancement that could lead to enormous energy savings in commercial buildings.

DEPT. OF HOMELAND SECURITY PARTNERS WITH NEW INNOVATORS TO BRING SMART CITY TECHNOLOGY FOR FIRST RESPONDERS

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and its research and development partners today selected 13 U.S. and international companies to develop smart cities technologies to assist public safety. The research and development work will focus on in-building sensors, unmanned aerial systems and on/off-body mobile SmartHubs, each of which will combine communications and sensors to increase responder situational awareness, building security and enhance mission-critical operations.

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Abraham Lincoln

 

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