LifeWhere provides HVAC companies with a platform to remotely monitor, diagnose, and predict HVAC system failures before they happen. The platform gathers data from the furnace or AC (and other appliances), stores it in the cloud, and applies machine learning and predictive analytics to identify failing components. Once a problem is identified, the system notifies its HVAC partners and their customers so they can plan repairs before outright failures. Through remote diagnostics, HVAC service providers can improve operations and profitability per job. Additionally, they can complete jobs faster because when they arrive on-site, they already know the problem and have the correct parts.
About Brian Courtney:
Brian Courtney, LifeWhere’s CEO, was previously a GE executive. He managed their analytics business that monitored assets such as jet engines and railroad locomotives for companies like Delta and CSX. He was very instrumental in the predictive analytics business for these very expensive assets in the industrial space.
In 2016, after a few HVAC failures in his home, he decided that he could design a very low cost IoT device that connected to a home furnace or AC unit and could mirror what he was doing in the industrial space in the residential HVAC market.
After partnering with a company called Gray Matter, and a few Carnegie Mellon engineers who also specialized in machine learning and predictive analytics, they were able to form a new company - LifeWhere
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