Stephen Brewer has joined the Advisory Board of Dublin based startup Safecility. The Internet of Things startup has announced that the experienced director will take on an advisory role to assist the company in its expansion into solutions for managing telecoms infrastructure and towers.
Safecility, which was founded by CEO Cian O’Flaherty in 2018, assists companies on their green transition with technology to power smart buildings and infrastructure.
The company is now helping customers use streaming data and long range networks to manage their energy use and their ESG reporting obligations at scale.
Clients include Cellnex Telecoms, Vantage Towers, Limerick County Council and UK landlords Cobalt Housing, Yorkshire Housing and Broadland Housing.
“We are delighted to welcome Stephen to our Advisory Board. He has been a long supporter of our company as an advisor and it is great to have him join as Safecility is embarking on a period of growth,” said CEO and Founder Cian O’Flaherty.
“We have fantastic technology partners and are now working with companies across telecoms, property and industry as they embark on a green transition. Our technology solves major challenges ensuring assets and infrastructure are smart. Our customers are scaling up their projects including massive solar deployments and our software is powering this. As we are primed for growth, Stephen’s experience will be key to taking our business to that next level,” said Cian O’Flaherty .
Stephen Brewer said: “I am excited about the potential for Safecility at both home and abroad. The company has ambitious plans and I trust that my ideas and experience will further help accelerate its already impressive growth.”
Safecility is headquartered in Dublin and is backed by Enterprise Ireland.