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HuffPost: Predicting Home Utility Failures Before They Happen – A Breakthrough

Do you know how your home furnace works? Could you tell if your air conditioning unit is running efficiently? The answer is obviously, no. Aside from highly skilled HVAC technicians – most people can’t.

The attitude therefore has been to suck it up when bad luck strikes and pay through our noses for whatever the service repairman would charge us. These machines are so critical to the functioning of our homes that when they stop working, the situation gets dire. Read More.

Pittsburgh Green Story: Pit­­tsburgh Startup Making Local Homes Smarter

LifePulse connects inside the home through sensor technology to enable predictive analytics for utilities such as A/C units and furnaces.

By collecting and monitoring data from these machines in the cloud, it enables an alert system to homeowners and service providers to inefficiencies and potential problems.

By collecting and monitoring data from these machines in the cloud, it enables an alert system to homeowners and service providers to inefficiencies and potential problems. Read More.

Pittsburgh Business Times: Pittsburgh Startup Launches New Sensor Technology

LifeWhere, a Pittsburgh-based startup making sensor technology, is partnering with local company Boehmer Heating & Cooling to launch its first rollout of LifePulse devices.

The devices use sensor technology to connect the inside of the home, using predictive analytics for utilities like furnaces and air conditioners to create an alert system for inefficiencies and possible problems. Read More.

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast: Transforming Home Service With Predictive Analytics For Home Utilities

Brian Courtney, CEO of LifeWhere was featured on The Tech Blog Writer Podcast to discuss LifeWhere’s mission to create a new category for homeowners and service providers called Connected Home Service, flipping the homeowner relationship with service providers from crisis calling to a feeling of peace of mind and control. Read More.