IoT Standards Organizations

Tridonic to Present First IoT-Ready Driver

Austrian firm Tridonic announced the first LED driver compliant with the IoT-Ready™ standard. The driver is also 2% energy metering accuracy compliant with the DesignLights Consortium® (DLC®) Guidelines. The company collaborated with Enlighted, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) solutions for commercial buildings, to create the driver based on …

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TALQ Consortium to Introduce TALQ Version 2.0 Standard for Smart City Applications

The TALQ Consortium, which developed a global interface standard and certification system for managing outdoor lighting, announced that it will soon introduce TALQ version 2.0, an easy to integrate RESTful/JSON protocol. TALQ version 2.0 addresses numerous smart city applications. According to the consortium, the updated technical specification defines the new …

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Zhaga and DiiA Agree to Cooperate on IoT Solutions for Lighting

As lighting controls become more digitalized and the Internet of Things takes off, the need for defining standardizing the interface of sensors and connectivity modules with lighting has become a widely known issue in the lighting industry. Two organizations, Digital Illumination Interface Alliance (DiiA) and the Zhaga Consortium (Zhaga) are …

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Zigbee Alliance and Thread Group Bring Dotdot Specification to Thread IP Network

The Zigbee Alliance and Thread Group reported the availability of the Dotdot specification over Thread’s IP network. The Zigbee Alliance is a foundation devoted to the establishment of wireless open standards for Internet of Things devices and networks. The alliance offers certification programs and a suite of open IoT solutions. …

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DLC Qualified Product List Now Features Self-Powered Easyfit LED Controls from EnOcean

The Design Lights Consortium Qualified Product List (QPL) now features the self-powered, wireless Easyfit LED controls from EnOcean, a pioneer in energy harvesting wireless technology. EnOcean says that its customers across the US pursue new installation and retrofit projects with a solution on the DLC qualified product list may qualify …

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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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