IoT lighting controls

Blackbaud Inc. Headquarters Gets LED Lighting and IoT System from Current by GE

Blackbaud Inc. a cloud software company powering social good, welcomed employees to its new 172,000 square foot world headquarters. The Blackbaud world headquarters brings together 1,400 Charleston-based employees. The company incubates emerging nonprofits and teaches students to code at a camp that the company runs. As the global technology firm …

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Silvair Expands Range of Products Using its Technology with Help of Partners

Silvair, a lighting control develop and a provider of qualified Bluetooth mesh, reported that with the help of its partners the company will broaden the range of lighting products supported by Silvair’s technology. Silvair reports that it became a technology provider for a manufacturer-direct commercial LED supplier, Demand Lighting. According to …

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St Martin Tower in Frankfurt benefits from extensive ZGS Lighting Services

Zumtobel Group Services (ZGS) has used its COMPLETE portfolio for a range of services at St. Martin Tower office block in Frankfurt, Germany. Finished in July 2015, the St Martin Tower on the Katharinenkreisel in Germany’s financial center of Frankfurt consists of a wing-shaped tower and a U-shaped wing with …

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University Hospital in Poitiers, France Uses Human-Centric Lighting with LED Modules and Drivers from Tridonic

The newly-installed lighting installation at the university hospital in Poitiers, France supports the health and well being of cancer patients at the hospital in a special room that employs human-centric lighting. The 1900-bed university hospital of Poitiers serves as the central healthcare provider for the entire Vienne region of France. …

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Fulham to Demonstrate Bluetooth Mesh-based Wireless Controls and PoE Technology for LED at Light + Building

At Light+Building, Fulham Co., Inc., plans to demonstrate new Bluetooth mesh-based wireless lighting control technology. The controller utilizes the Bluetooth mesh control stack from Silvair to implement two-way communication with smart light fixtures. Fulham will also demonstrate new Power over Ethernet (PoE) LED Linear Engine technology that combines DC power …

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Lighting of Presidential Portrait Gallery in Smithsonian Controlled with Xicato GalaXi Bluetooth-based System

The Presidential Portrait Gallery in the Smithsonian Institution is the nation’s only complete collection of presidential portraits outside the White House. And the gallery’s mission like the National Portrait which houses it is to tell the American story through portraits of the individuals who have shaped it. In June 2017, …

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Osram Introduces Wireless Site Lighting Control (WSLC) Module

Osram Wireless Site Lighting Control (WSLC) module

Osram reported that its newly launched Wireless Site Lighting Control (WSLC) Module, expands the company’s ENCELIUM® EXTEND Networked Light Management System capability to a building’s surroundings or site including pathways, private roadways, and parking lots. According to Osram, the ENCELIUM® EXTEND system can manage the interior and exterior site lighting …

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Silvair Partnerships to Bring Bluetooth Mesh-Enabled Smart Lighting Infrastructure Products and Components to Market

Silvair, a pioneer in lighting control technology utilizing the Bluetooth mesh networking standard, announced partnerships with Danlers, DG Light, ERP, Fulham, McWong International, and Murata. Through the partnerships, Silvair plans to bring to the market a broad range of products and components for setting up smart lighting infrastructure in commercial spaces. …

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