Graham Martin, Chairman & CEO EnOcean Alliance The home is becoming more and more intelligent. A broadening range of devices and professional system solutions bring a user-friendly, connected home within easy reach. This article aims to explain exactly what a Smart Home is, which features and functions can be profitably networked and why wireless technology
San Ramon, CA, USA – March 1st, 2021 – Michael Tennefoss, Vice President of IoT and Strategic Partnerships at Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, joins the EnOcean Alliance Board as Officer and Vice Chairman North America for the upcoming two years. John Corbett, a semiconductor industry veteran with 15 years of experience in the
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company, today announced an expanded set of integrated, easy-to-deploy Edge and IoT solutions designed to enable organizations to bring employees back to physical workplaces safely. Developed using Aruba Wi-Fi access points (AP’s), EnOcean 800/900MHz radios that insert into the AP’s, and compatible IoT devices from Aruba Technology Partners, these solutions monitor hoteling
New York City’s Local Law 97 mandates large (over 25,000 square feet) existing buildings in New York City reduce their carbon emissions by 40% by 2030 and by 80% by 2050. What are the requirements and opportunities for building owners and operators? By Michael St. Louis and Graham Martin, EnOcean Alliance Inc. “With so many
We are currently seeing rapid changes in how we build and run our buildings. In addition to energy saving, comfort and security, facility managers, large companies and building owners are all investigating how to make their available spaces smarter and healthier to ensure wellness and productivity. In the fast-growing residential sector, we are seeing an increasing demand for smart
The Italian “Superbonus 110%” Economic Recovery Program – A Golden Opportunity for Energy-Efficient Technology!
Buildings are the biggest energy consumers of all and account for >40% of global energy consumption (compared with approx. 30% for industry and 30% for transport). New Italian legislation now aims to boost the economy by providing financial incentives promoting sustainability and improving energy efficiency, especially in older residential properties. The COVID-19 economic recovery program