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DAVID SOLSKY, CHIEF ...
DAVID SOLSKY, CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER
WHERE WE'VE COME FROM
CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER, CO-FOUNDER
A passionate technology entrepreneur, David's vision and leadership have helped drive Envizi to become a global market leader.
Before launching the company as CarbonSystems in 2008, David
spent a decade in the IT industry as an entrepreneur, building several successful companies in Australia and New Zealand.
These included Databank Technologies, a startup that became the Australian market leader in disaster recovery and information management services.
Prior to this, David spent seven years in the Corporate Finance and Assurance divisions at PricewaterhouseCoopers, and this experience helps ensure Envizi's solutions meet the rigorous information-integrity standards of the corporate sector.
David plays a key role in the ongoing design and evolution of Envizi's technology platform and oversees the development of the company's global partner channel.
About | Envizi
David Solsky - Chief Executive Officer
David Solsky is a co-founder of Envizi.
A passionate technology entrepreneur, his
vision and leadership has helped build the company into a global market leader in the energy, sustainability and carbon software market.
Prior to 2007 David
spent a decade in the IT industry as an entrepreneur, building several successful companies in the Australia and New Zealand information and data management sector.
This included Databank Technologies, a startup which evolved to become the Australian market leader in disaster recovery and information management services, and was subsequently sold to the listed multinational, Freightways.
David spent seven years of his career with PricewaterhouseCoopers in their Corporate Finance and Assurance Divisions and has applied this experience to Envizi, ensuring its software meets the rigorous information-integrity standards of the corporate sector.
plays a driving role in the ongoing design and evolution Envizi
's technology platform and is responsible for the development of the company's global partner channel.
David Solsky, CEO of Envizi: ...
David Solsky, CEO of Envizi: "partnering with industry leaders in the energy
David Solsky, CEO of Envizi: ...
David Solsky, CEO of Envizi: "Partnering with industry leaders in the energy ecosystem is a key component of Envizi's channel-based sales model.
"IoT is helping us span what ...
"IoT is helping us span what we call 'the last mile', that is, getting to the information that lives at the equipment level and that's been traditionally been very hard to get at," Envizi CEO and co-founder David Solsky told IoT Hub.
is a key enabler to deliver data to our platform, which we provide to help customers interpret and make the most of that information."
was an inexpensive way of getting access to this 'last mile' data, rather than seeking to extract it from a building automation system or metering provider.
said legacy building systems often used proprietary protocols that made data extraction physically difficult.
is providing is very cost-effective, easily deployed devices that can get us more data in real-time, with a lot less effort and a lot less cost," Solsky
"At the end of the day, the more data we can get and the more granular that data is, the more insights we can drive and the more we can help customers save money and reduce their environmental footprint."
now monitored the state of energy-consuming equipment itself.
"Some of our new [software] modules perform equipment fault detection, where we're right down at the equipment level looking for certain operating conditions that would indicate that a piece of equipment is operating outside of scheduled hours, for example," he
"If you can get the connectivity, get all of the data into the cloud and drive it through an analytics engine, what you create is a filter, and what you can put back into the hands of the people that need to take action is small pieces of very insightful information.
"They could see that this piece of equipment is running at such-and-such time of the night, and is costing X amount of dollars each time, and this is the overall annual impact, and this is the carbon emission or environmental impact."
said that Envizi
is also working on a "closed-loop mechanism" that collects data on multiple faults and excess energy usage instances and pushes it through a workflow automation tool.
said that IoT
will continue to be a key enabler in its solutions, and that other emerging technologies may have a part to play as well.