Friday 7 January 2022

Interoperability for smart spaces demonstrated.

The AHR Expo in Las Vegas (NV USA) provides a unique forum where manufacturers of all sizes and specialties come together to share ideas and showcase the future of HVACR technology. From January 31 to February 2nd, EnOcean Alliance members will demonstrate the benefits of the interoperable EnOcean ecosystem for smart homes, smart buildings and smart spaces based on the EnOcean wireless standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3-10/11).
The EnOcean radio standard in practice Visitors to AHR Expo 2022 can experience energy harvesting wireless solutions from over 25 EnOcean Alliance members and partners in total, including the following exhibitors: AirTest Technologies Inc. (#C1673), BACnet (#C1850), Belimo (#C1258), CABA (#C1053), Contemporary Controls (#C974), Delta Controls Inc. (#C1652), Emerson (#C3106), Functional Devices Inc. (#C1352), KMC Controls, Inc. (#C1444), LonMark International (#C1167), Loytec (#C1652), Reliable Controls (#C1545), Schneider Electric (Viconics) (#C1752), Sauter (#C1677), S+S Regeltechnik (C1075) and Titus (JCI) (#C1336).

With more than 400 members worldwide, the EnOcean Alliance is one of the most successful alliances in the area of smart building monitoring and control. At Booth #C1180 in the Las Vegas Convention Center the non-profit organization will be showing examples of self-powered wireless solutions for HVAC & Lighting Control as well as Smart Spaces/IoT applications from EnOcean Alliance members such as Aruba Networks (HPE), AdHoc Electronics/Illumra, Contemporary Controls, Deuta Controls, EnOcean, Losant, Rutronik, Thermokon and Titanium Intelligent Solutions.

The majority of the world has created ambitious climate goals, for example reducing CO2 output by over 50% compared to 1990 levels in the next few years or reducing to carbon neutral by 2040. To enable this, it is absolutely necessary to reduce energy usage in buildings, which account for 40% of our energy usage. The ongoing COVID pandemic has also increased awareness of the health and wellness of employees, which includes monitoring and controlling air quality, lighting levels, temperature, and occupancy levels. “In an age where self-powered wireless is the obvious choice – also due to environmental issues and costs of copper wire or battery replacement – EnOcean Alliance is spearheading the drive towards an energy-efficient, healthier and safer world”, says Graham Martin, CEO and Chairman of the EnOcean Alliance.

The organization offers the advantages of an extensive and established ecosystem of interoperable self-powered wireless sensor solutions that are available to intelligent buildings worldwide. Based on the energy harvesting technology using movement, light or temperature differences as energy source for battery-free switches and self-powered wireless sensors, these solutions help optimize the utilization of buildings, create new service models and make buildings more flexible, energy-efficient and altogether more cost-effective. EnOcean wireless networks have been installed in more than 1,000,000 buildings worldwide, making it the most widespread and most field-tested wireless building automation standard in the world.

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