Madison's Therma-Stor and their Phoenix DryLink Connected Ecosystem

  • Tuesday, November 10, 2020
  • 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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Join Erin Hynum, Business Unit Leader for the Phoenix line of restoration equipment, as he shares their IoT journey with us to date. Erin will take us through their story of defining a business case that led to the addition of connectivity, how the data drove them to this innovation and how the results presented its own ROI. 

Therma-Stor LLC, located in Madison, Wisconsin, was established in 1977 to apply advanced heat transfer technologies to residential and commercial markets. Beginning with heat recovery water heaters, Therma-Stor now also manufactures a line of residential dehumidifiers, which includes the Santa Fe series of free-standing dehumidifiers and the Ultra Aire by Santa Fe series of whole house ventilating dehumidifiers. Therma-Stor also offers Quest industrial dehumidifiers and the Phoenix line of restoration equipment for dehumidification, air scrubbing, water extraction, and evaporative drying.

Agenda:

2.00pm - Introductions (WIoT Council Moderator and Speaker)

2:05pm - Phoenix DryLink Ecosystem

2:45pm - Q & A with questions that have come in from attendees

3:00pm - Adjourn 



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To inspire Wisconsin and the Midwest to be a leader in the internet of Things evolution. We believe that our rich history of supporting industries such as manufacturing, software, retail and healthcare give the region the experience and knowledge needed to foster the Internet of Things. 

We also believe if our companies and their employees are to continue to stay and grow here, and if new companies are going to be built here, we need to promote Wisconsin and the Midwest as the epicenter for IoT and drive technological advancement in the region so the world knows if you want to succeed in the Internet of Things evolution, you build it in the Midwest.

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WIoT is a professional membership driven organization that advocates for Wisconsin and the Midwest as the epicenter for IoT by providing the WIoT and its members with a forum and environment conducive for purposeful networking, relationship building, talent attraction and development and mutual exchange of information relative to the Internet of Things.

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We provide statewide programming for our WIoT membership in the form of a regular event series focused on Education, Capital, Talent and Policy as it pertains to the Internet of Things.  Additionally, we provide an IoT Inventory of regional companies focused on IoT and source and publish case studies of IoT products and implementations that have taken place in Wisconsin.


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