Around the world in 80 milliseconds: Toronto’s Clear Blue Technologies feeds global appetite for “smart” off-grid monitoring
"Before smart off-grid controls company Clear Blue Technologies came along, managing solar and wind-powered devices like streetlights was a grind. Reliability was poor and news of an outage usually came through a consumer complaint.
Thanks to a drop in the cost of solar panels and the rise of machine-connected technology known as the Internet of Things, solar power systems have become much cheaper and monitoring them around the clock has become possible.
Toronto-based Clear Blue is capitalizing on this changing market with its cloud-based, off-grid technology that enables these systems to be monitored and controlled over the Internet, saving time and money."
“The world is full of dumb control devices on off-grid systems; we’ve built the first smart off-grid system,” says Miriam Tuerk, CEO and one of the three co-founders of the company. The leadership team includes her husband John Tuerk, Clear Blue’s chief power officer, and their friend Mark Windrim, the company’s chief technology officer.
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