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Smart energy collection, visualization and monitoring

YOBIIQ is here to provide and advise on the choice of hardware for measuring various parameters of energy consumption.

The focus of YOBIIQ lies in the Internet of Things and LoRaWAN as a communication technology. With a a central gateway, hundreds of sensors can be monitored, even if they are distributed over a range of several kilometers.

LoRaWAN is (usually) a Low Power Network meaning that the sensors are mostly battery or solar-powered. This means that installation on-site usually does not require infrastructure like electricity or networking.

Define reduction targets

Analyze consumption and identify sites and equipment with high or low performances.

Monitor implementation impact

Measure and report on savings using financial and CO2 kg metrics

Forecast and detect

Predict energy consumption and savings, and uncover anomalies

How monitoring consumption is your first step to reducing consumption

Naturally, monitoring consumption starts with a clear plan. Use this three-stage process:

  1. Define objectives and KPI
  2. Track consumption using real-time dashboards
  3. Forecast financial impact of consumption and consumption changes


Start with the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning system (HVAC)

HVAC is usually the biggest energy consumer in a typical building. Going deeper into the footprint means factoring parameters including:

  • Temperature setpoints
  • Heating and cooling system
  • Thermal insulation
  • Maintenance levels
  • Local atmospheric conditions


Of course, these parameters change throughout the year. And region by region. A beachside building in the Mediterranean has different HVAC needs compared to a city-based building in a northern European country.
You’ll need to integrate degree days into your consumption profile. So you can put the energy footprint into perspective.

How Yobiiq’s iQ optimizes consumption for your electricity, water, gas, heat/cold delivery.

Smart Grids

Identifying where grid expansion is required and how to optimize capacity.

Smart Reduction

Helping you stay within peak usage contracts and avoid excess charges.

Smart Water

Measuring usage, identifying possible leakages and avoiding costs by shutting your supply

Ready to make your energy consumption smart?

How to select the right measurement device

Selecting the right device  depends on the energy type:

  • Import net electricity, solar panels, wind
  • Gas, oil, heatpumps. Cooling plants, city/grid heating and cooling
  • Water, steam

It also depends on the consumption profile. For sub-metering the consumption type and location is important.

How to get started 

As you can see, there are different types of sensors and measurement types. Each with different ways to implement and deploy. Our technical experts and partners are here to help and advise.