Tempo is the first solution that provides a complete data service under one roof.
Structured with flexibility in mind, Tempo gives our utility customers a fully integrated end-to-end service that minimises contractual interfaces and maximises user experience.
Customers can select individual or combined solutions that range from displayed data using the Tempo in-home displays (IHDs) and our Tempo energy app, processed data via our APIs or raw data via our queue system. To collect the data we use a range of transmitters and customers who wish to receive data can choose either our “sensor to cloud” hub or to fit a WiFi module to the Tempo gas and electricity IHD. We can also assist with developing branded apps or web portals that display energy data in a usable format to consumers. Tempo provides consumers with a seamless user experience and utilities with the benefit of working with a single provider minimising system integration issues and the need to manage multiple vendors.
Tempo IHD plus:
Tempo data services
Our range of data solutions are designed to work with whatever types of meters are in use – be it electricity or gas, smart or pre-smart. We can reliably transfer valuable data out of the home and into the cloud, so that it can be used in new and innovative ways. The data can then be presented to your consumers in a highly engaging way – either through our own user-focused apps or apps you develop yourself.
Customers wishing to integrate the geo offering with their own platforms, apps and 3rd-party services can do so using:
1. Data Queues
Secure access to compressed, aggregated device data (live + historic, including batches of instantaneous electricity consumption for use in disaggregation analysis)
Support for AWS SQS (other options available)
Java library for queue client provided
2. REST APIs
Programmatic secure access to per-device data (live + historic), value-added functionality (budgets, normal usage profiles) and account management features (device/account association, password management, etc.)
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