Without context data is meaningless
Data becomes a powerful tool and incredibly valuable when contextual and comparable. Collecting and analyzing building performance data is incredibly challenging.
Tether has created a Property Identity Engine which enables anyone with a mobile phone to collect contextual information and build a digital blueprint of a building.
Property Identity Engine
Tether created the Property Identity Engine to contextualize the performance data collected from its connected sensors.
As a result we have created a powerful tool to collect important information about the buildings you own, manage or are developing.
This information becomes extremely valuable when comparing environmental quality and energy usage across different spaces, climate zones and building practices.
Capture what is meaningful to you
Using our Property Identity Engine Tether provides a service to create custom workflows for you and your organisation.
If you require a way to capture building condition data, inspection data or data relating to a unique process then Tether can build it for you.
Tether's team of software developers and user experience experts will ensure that you can collect, store and report on any building data that is meaningful to you.
The Healthy Homes Standards
The healthy homes standards became law in New Zealand on the 1st July 2019. The healthy homes standards introduce specific and minimum standards for heating, insulation, ventilation, moisture ingress and drainage, and draught stopping in rental properties.
To address the frustration that property managers are facing with compliance and its associated costs, Tether developed a workflow to generate a certificate of compliance against the Healthy Homes Standards.