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Enocean Alliance At Smart Buildings Show

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EnOcean Alliance members will be exhibiting maintenance-free wireless sensor solutions for smart buildings at the Smart Buildings show at London’s Olympia on October 9-10.

The Smart Buildings Show connects visitors to the latest information and technology in the smart buildings industry. The event covers all key aspects of creating and managing a smart building, including building automation, energy efficiency, lighting and controls as well as workplace and wellbeing.

In this context, EnOcean Alliance members will present maintenance-free wireless sensor solutions for intelligent buildings, smart homes and IoT based on the EnOcean wireless standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3-10).

EnOcean Alliance and member companies, for example, Beckhoff (Stand C16), Belimo (A2), Contemporary Controls (B11), Distech Controls (E2), Eltako (D21), Engie (B16), EnOcean (D21), IA Connects (C16), Pressac Communications (A14), Schneider Electric (D10), Siemens (A15) and Tridium (B21) demonstrate how their solutions enable smart buildings, creating a highly comfortable living and working environment with better health and productivity, a more efficient use of energy as well as in a higher level of security.

Accompanying seminars including those of the EnOcean Alliance Promoter Members Engie, IBM, Honeywell and Microsoft complement the exhibition presence.

 

Standards

The EnOcean Alliance, which has more than 400 members worldwide, is one of the most successful alliances in the area of smart building monitoring and control. The non-profit organisation standardises and develops intelligent building solutions with integrated energy harvesting technology based on the EnOcean wireless standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3-10). More than one million buildings all over the world now have wireless networks of this type, making EnOcean the international reference technology when it comes to wireless standards for building automation.

The EnOcean ecosystem of self-powered wireless sensor solutions currently consists of 5,000 product variants that build on 1,500 basic products, with new ones being added all the time. Thanks to their standardised sensor profiles, the products can be combined with each other.

 

Lowering installation costs

These interoperable system solutions lower installation and maintenance costs and provide significant benefits when it comes to energy efficiency, security and comfort. Using EnOcean based maintenance free wireless sensors, data can be provided in real time via an IoT gateway to an IoT cloud platform where the data is analysed, whilst a dashboard visualises the results for decision-makers and building owners.

Picture: EnOcean Alliance members will be exhibiting maintenance-free wireless sensor solutions for smart buildings at the Smart Buildings show.

Article written by Cathryn Ellis

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