Dvele was established to deliver healthy, beautiful, sustainable housing with a constant pursuit of each home being better tomorrow than it was today.
Fremont, CA: Today, Dvele, a San Diego-based housing technology company, has declared its newest innovation, DveleIQ. This is the first whole-home solution created from the foundation up with artificial intelligence to boost the health of its occupants, the health of the home, as well as the health of the planet. Engineered to be adaptive and timeless, for the first time, Dvele is enabling homes with systems to be intuitive and learn/improve over time.
Dvele was established to deliver healthy, beautiful, sustainable housing with a constant pursuit of each home being better tomorrow than it was today. All future Dvele as well as Blu Homes, with Dvele inside, will come standard with the new DveleIQ, to further our goal of greater occupant health as well as building efficiency. A significant portion of a building's environmental impact is related to the durability of the structure. With more than 300 real-time sensors and DveleIQ, Dvele homes will be capable of communicating preemptive maintenance to make sure the durability and health of itself and its occupants.
"When we evaluated the market looking for a smart home partner, nothing aligned to our core tenets of occupant and planet health, so we decided to move the industry forward and build the first 100 percent integrated, intelligent, software-defined home, complementing our self-powered home product. Delivering our promise of quality of life through integrated intelligence," stated Matt Howland, President of Dvele.
"We set out to build the healthiest homes in the world for our occupants and the planet. In order to do that, we had to innovate. We've found that through software and embedded intelligence, not only can we deliver healthier homes today, but they will continue to evolve and improve tomorrow. What this means for our owners, is that they will have a home that is more enjoyable, healthier and more valuable in time," stated Kurt Goodjohn, Founder & CEO of Dvele.
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