Monthly Archives: May 2021

Episode 54: Manuel Schoenfeld on How PowerX Can Streamline Home Utility Usage



In this episode, Manuel Schoenfeld joins Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki from Brooklyn, NY, where he is founder and CEO of PowerX. Launched in 2020, PowerX is an environmental tech start up with the goal of providing homeowners with knowledge and control of their utility usage. PowerX sensors collect data about a home’s electricity, heat, and water use at a rate of more than 1 million times per second. Machine learning then uses this data to determine which devices are the most wasteful and provides actionable solutions to make a home more efficient.

Learn more about PowerX at PowerX.co

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Episode 53: Joey Kolchinsky Adds Hiring Services to OneVision Platform



In this episode, Joey Kolchinsky joins Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki from Boston, where he is founder and CEO of OneVision Resources. OneVision’s virtual customer service platform enables relatively small businesses to compete like much larger companies while maintaining the feel of a local bespoke enterprise. Now the company is launching new offerings designed to fill in the resource gaps that many integration companies wrestle with, including HR and recruiting, financial planning and accounting, and business coaching and leadership development.

Learn more about OneVision Resources at onevisionresources.com.

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Episode 52: Patrick Gall Wants to Introduce You to Orro Smart Switches



In this episode, Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki chats with Patrick Gall, head of channel development for Orro, a relatively new smart switch brand looking to tackle middle market. The last time they saw each other in person was two years ago at Fenway Park in Boston, when PG was helping develop the custom integration channel for the Sonos audio brand. Orro is a very stylish product with a lot of potential for wellness applications and integration with other more established brands, and PG is the right guy to help spread the word about it to the professional installation community.

Learn more about Orro at getorro.com

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Episode 51: Tony Grimani’s Path from Dolby to THX to Home Theater Design



In this episode, Residential Tech Today Executive Editor Jeremy Glowacki chats with Tony Grimani who was on holiday with his wife and young son in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tony was one of Jeremy’s favorite columnists during his days as editor at Residential Systems magazine. He wrote broadly about the home theater category, which was apt, given his career at Dolby and Lucasfilm THX, and as owner of a theater design firm called PMI as well as an acoustic materials brand called MSR Acoustics and his own high-performance home theater loudspeaker brand, Grimani Systems.

Learn more about PMI at pmiltd.com

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