Earth Networks

For more than 20 years, Earth Networks has been Taking the Pulse of the Planet to power smart consumers and businesses. Through the company’s IoT sensor network (one of the world’s largest) and proprietary technology, it delivers unmatched analytics that keep individuals safe from severe weather, ensure efficient and cost effective grid management and reduce energy consumption. Earth Networks collects and analyzes data from a myriad of IoT sensors, including weather stations, utility smart meters, connected thermostats, light bulbs, washer & dryers, and hot water heaters. Through its data driven intelligence, Earth Networks keeps consumers informed, such as alerting them to approaching severe weather or an analysis of the health of their home’s HVAC system, insulation, air infiltration, and more. For enterprises, Earth Networks ensures efficient business operations whether it is by providing forecast data and severe weather alerts to public safety and emergency response agencies, or by powering intelligent demand response for Utilities to deliver peak load savings. Earth Networks’ proprietary cloud processes 25 terabytes of real-time data daily. Its robust data driven analytics are delivered via intuitive, interactive mobile and web apps to ensure safety, comfort, convenience, costs savings and operational efficiency.
Type
Private
HQ
Germantown, US
Founded
1993
Employees
124 (est)+4%

Key People at Earth Networks

Bill Laffey

Bill Laffey

Vice President of Support
Bill Callahan

Bill Callahan

Vice President of Federal Programs
Jim Anderson

Jim Anderson

Vice President of International
Amena Ali

Amena Ali

Chief Marketing Officer
Robert Marshall

Robert Marshall

Co-Founder
Christopher D. Sloop

Christopher D. Sloop

Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer

Earth Networks Locations

Germantown, US

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Earth Networks Summary

Founding Date

1993

Total Funding

$43.9 M

Latest funding size

$5.9 M

Time since last funding

almost 4 years

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