Internet of Things

Eaton Partners with Georgia Tech’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies (CDAIT)

Power management company Eaton reported that it partnered with the Georgia Institute of Technology’s Center for the Development and Application of Internet of Things Technologies(CDAIT). CDAIT is a non-profit, partner-funded center in Atlanta that the Georgia Institute of Technology created to develop and apply Internet of Things (IoT) technologies. Eaton, …

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Telensa a Streetlight Central Management System Maker Joins Smart Cities Council

Telensa of Santa Clara, California USA, reported that it has joined the Smart Cities Council, a consortium of smart city practitioners and experts. So far, the Smart Cities Council has more than 120 members who have contributed over 10,000 projects. Telensa joins the Council as a North America Lead Partner, …

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IoT-Ready Alliance Intends to Standardize Interface Between Sensors and Luminaires

Leading LED lighting and driver manufacturers, Internet of Things (IoT) technology companies, and industry groups launched the IoT-Ready™ Alliance. The IoT-Ready Alliance intends to make installation of IoT technology in luminaires easy, and the Alliance intends to set industry standards that will enable LED light fixtures to be “IoT-Ready™.” According …

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Terralux Changes Name to Sielo and Further Expands IoT-Connected Lighting Software

Terralux of Longmont, Colorado USA, has decided to focus on connected lighting and smart buildings. As part of this increased commitment to connected lighting and Internet of Things (IoT) applications, the company has taken the new name Sielo. The word “terra” the first portion of the companies original name in …

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Philips Lighting Offering Lighting as a Managed Service with InterAct Office

Philips Lighting -- InterAct Office -- Man facing window and looking at data about energy consumption

Philips Lighting, based in Eindhoven, the Netherlands has launched a new wireless connected lighting system. The company claims that the Philips InterAct Office system enables building managers to reduce energy consumption by up to 70 percent. Also, Philips Lighting contends that without major office renovation the system can help optimize operations and …

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Acuity Introduces SiteView Energy Solution Using nLight ECLYPSE Controllers

Acuity Brands SiteView Energy solution dashboard

Acuity Brands, Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia USA, launched its SiteView(TM) Energy solution. SiteView combines power metering devices and a digital dashboard. According to Acuity, it can create a detailed, real-time look at actual energy consumption within a building.  The SiteView Energy solution leverages software that is hosted within nLight ECLYPSE(TM) …

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