BEAD is working towards reducing global carbon emissions along with eight other startups in the EnergyAustralia 2020 cohort of Startupbootcamp Australia’s smart energy accelerator program.
During this three month program, Startupbootcamp accelerates offshore startups that use innovative technologies to disrupt the smart energy sector and solve the climate crisis.
“With human behaviour contributing to energy waste by 20 to 40 per cent, our goal is to develop fully autonomous buildings that will save energy, cut utility bills, optimise marketing strategies and reduce carbon emissions.”
Soner believes that with BEAD they can successfully reduce the $250 billion of waste, have people actually enjoy the buildings they occupy and ultimately leave the planet better off.
“BEAD is the new technology to bring commercial buildings alive. It will create an entirely self-operating structure that can communicate with its residents and it will connect the building to the people that are living in it.” Haci says
BEAD wants to work with Australian companies and Governments to make the biggest impact possible.
The startup believes the Australian market is the perfect fit for its technology due to the large urban centres with an array of large buildings, in contrast with the vast amounts of land and nature, making using buildings and energy sustainably even more important.
“We want to create a real positive impact on people’s lives by developing sustainable and innovative new technologies for saving energy and operating buildings more intelligently.”
“We are now at the second machine age and the impact of it on climate change is huge.
“Changing the way we use and operate buildings is for the sake of our people and the planet.”