Dwellwell 
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Remote Sensing and A.I. Make Properties More Profitable

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How do you monitor all your properties if you own multiple units across a wide area?

The solution is Dwellwell, a simple, cost-effective system that uses ambient sensor technology to check the status of all the systems in a single family home or entire apartment complex. The sensors communicate to an internet connected hub that uses A.I. to analyze the data and share it to a web-based dashboard. This allows property owners to save money by anticipating repair needs rather than waiting for expensive failures to occur.

Please join our webinar to hear Dwellwell CEO, Dan Simpkins and his team discuss their strategy of selling the system in volume to owners of apartment buildings and single family rental homes where maintenance and repair cost is a major issue.

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