Carnegie Mellon University's Lucio Soibelman, H. Scott Matthews and Jose M.F. Moura received a three-year $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to identify inexpensive ways to track energy consumption in buildings. Bosch Research and Technology Centre North America (Bosch RTC-NA), the R and D arm of the global automotive, industrial, consumer goods and building technology supplier, will assist with the broad-based project to track energy consumption...
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