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About Outsmart Power Systems

OutSmart Power Systems has developed OPS, a premise-wide network that aims to transform existing building electrical infrastructure into an intelligent network for improving energy efficiency and lowering the total cost of owning and operating buildings. The OutSmart network monitors all electrical consumption, down to the load level, and facilitates the performance management and predictive maintenance of electricity-consuming assets. Information provided by the network aims to allow facilities managers, building owners and CEOs to understand what is going on in their buildings, what needs to be done and whether changes they make produce desired results.

Outsmart Power Systems Headquarter Location

11 Mercer Road

Natick, Massachusetts, 01760,

United States


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Outsmart Power Systems Patents

Outsmart Power Systems has filed 4 patents.

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Electronic circuits, Analog circuits, Energy conservation, Electrical engineering, Computer buses


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Latest Outsmart Power Systems News

OutSmart Power Raises $2M in Funding - Natick, MA

Jul 29, 2016

Daily reports on funding announcements in the Boston / Northeast region for venture capital plus mergers and acquisitions, specific to the high tech industry. Wednesday, May 27, 2009 OutSmart Power Raises $2M in Funding - Natick, MA OutSmart Power Systems, a company that turns a building’s existing wiring infrastructure into a real-time power management network, has raised $2M in funding. The funding round was provided by Bainco International Investors of Wellesley, The Clean Energy Venture Group of Brookline and Manifold Products. OutSmart is a spin-off from Manifold Products - Boston’s leading venture engineering firm. posted by Dissero ( at 4:13 PM 0 Comments:

  • Where is Outsmart Power Systems's headquarters?

    Outsmart Power Systems's headquarters is located at 11 Mercer Road, Natick.

  • What is Outsmart Power Systems's latest funding round?

    Outsmart Power Systems's latest funding round is Debt.

  • How much did Outsmart Power Systems raise?

    Outsmart Power Systems raised a total of $15.05M.

  • Who are the investors of Outsmart Power Systems?

    Investors of Outsmart Power Systems include Bainco International Investors, Clean Energy Venture Group and Manifold Products.

  • Who are Outsmart Power Systems's competitors?

    Competitors of Outsmart Power Systems include Encycle, Lucid Design Group, RealWinWin, Alert Me, SynapSense and 11 more.

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