Wednesday October 24, 2018
With more than one trillion gallons of water wasted each year in North America, water conservation has become more than a trending homeowner concern – it’s become an environmental necessity. The good news: the Internet of Things (IoT), together with advances in smart home technology are offering solutions to our nation’s water shortage problem.
As a result of a year-long pilot study conducted by Uponor in the creation of the Phyn Plus smart water assistant, you will learn surprising research-based insights on how, where and why we lose water in home plumbing systems and look at the monetary implications of these losses.
As one of the largest, most extensive water monitoring studies ever conducted — collecting over one billion data points across 10 million water events in 300 homes in 18 states — there is a wealth of actionable information to share.
Intelligent water is the next frontier in the connected home, and this presentation will give you a full understanding of what it means for the future of home building.
- Recognize the era of intelligence and how recent innovations are disrupting the plumbing industry.
- Learn from Uponor’s year-long pilot on water monitoring and waste
- Identify how you can offer customers the best solutions and to understand how doing so can drive environmental and financial success.
About the Presenter: Cassie Schmid, Strategic Marketing Manager, Uponor
Cassie Schmid is a Strategic Marketing Manager at Uponor. She holds 13 years of experience in marketing for both brands and agencies. Her innovative spirit and customer-focused approach have made her especially mindful of market trends and customer insights. This understanding allows her to approach the topic of intelligent water with a unique blend of brand and category knowledge, as well as an appreciation for how that impacts the customer.