Fight against global warming

    Jean-Laurent Schaub

    Aix-en-Provence / France
    J’ai inventé le premier thermostat autonome connecté
    L’ambition de cette start-up aixoise est de créer des objets autonomes, capables de prendre des décisions plus pertinentes et plus régulières que celles que nous prendrions nous-mêmes pour gérer notre confort et notre consommation d’énergie au quotidien.  Ween a inventé le premier thermostat connecté autonome permettant de réduire de manière significative les factures de chauffage. Ween a lancé récemment ween.ai, une application plug & play qui permet aux objets de prendre les bonnes décisions au bon moment sans jamais avoir à les programmer.

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    China polluted by a thick cloud of fine particulates

    4 January 2017
    Beijing’s air pollution is frightening. China has imposed fines of millions of dollars on alleged offenders for violating anti-pollution rules, according to official media reports. On Jzanuary 24 cities released their first red alerts for pollution. In 2017 China is in the third year of a “war on pollution” aimed at limiting damage to its […]

    Support Brikawood!

    23 November 2016
    Crowdfunding on KissKissBankBank

    Quarnot at the global 3D summit

    22 August 2016
    Qarnot at the SIGGRAPH 2016, Anaheim CALIF

    Shamengo at Tuesdays at ARENE in Paris

    21 June 2016
    On Tuesday, June 14, Catherine Berthillier was the guest speaker at ARÈNE Ile-de-France, the regional agency that supports French territories in their efforts to transition to green energy. She hosted a conference on innovation at the heart of the transformation of the territories.

    Will electric buses save Paris?

    1 June 2016
    Air pollution affects more than eight in ten citizens in the world. To improve air quality, the city of Paris has begun to replace its diesel buses with fully electric vehicles.

    Paul Benoît joins the Shamengo Villa

    16 May 2016
    This Shamengo pioneer invented Q.rad digital radiators. His revolutionary innovation heats homes and buildings with smart radiators that use the calculations of computer microprocessors as a heat source.