Posts Tagged: internet of things

willow

Willow is a Sydney-based startup that provides comprehensive digital data management services for buildings.  Willow’s primary offering takes a page from GE’s concept of “digital twins” for industrial equipment:  The “Willow Twin” takes in all the operating data of a

willow

Willow is a Sydney-based startup that provides comprehensive digital data management services for buildings.  Willow’s primary offering takes a page from GE’s concept of “digital twins” for industrial equipment:  The “Willow Twin” takes in all the operating data of a

bGrid

bGrid is an Amsterdam-based startup developing a “smart building” sensing platform based around the Bluetooth Low Energy standard. According to their site:  bGrid develops, markets and sells smart building products and services that use state-of-the-art communications technology, with focus on

bGrid

bGrid is an Amsterdam-based startup developing a “smart building” sensing platform based around the Bluetooth Low Energy standard. According to their site:  bGrid develops, markets and sells smart building products and services that use state-of-the-art communications technology, with focus on

energie IP

Energie IP is a Paris-based startup that is developing a building management system (BMS) based on Power-over-Ethernet technology (PoE). PoE holds promise in architectural projects to accomplish three key objectives:  Distribute DC power with inherent IP-connectivity to the thousands of

energie IP

Energie IP is a Paris-based startup that is developing a building management system (BMS) based on Power-over-Ethernet technology (PoE). PoE holds promise in architectural projects to accomplish three key objectives:  Distribute DC power with inherent IP-connectivity to the thousands of

skandal technologies: update

Skandal Technologies have updated their website with their new “Poet” system for controlling ambient information in architectural environments. The Poet system unifies sensors, online data harvesting, generative content engines, servers, lighting solutions, and content management into one solution. According to

skandal technologies: update

Skandal Technologies have updated their website with their new “Poet” system for controlling ambient information in architectural environments. The Poet system unifies sensors, online data harvesting, generative content engines, servers, lighting solutions, and content management into one solution. According to

brand, tech & place

There is a growing opportunity for a new kind of startup that fuses marketing and brand experience, systems technology/integration, and architectural design to develop location-based digital experiences. Put these together and it might look like this: Such an integrated agency

brand, tech & place

There is a growing opportunity for a new kind of startup that fuses marketing and brand experience, systems technology/integration, and architectural design to develop location-based digital experiences. Put these together and it might look like this: Such an integrated agency

networked lighting control from the 1970’s: epcot center

I’m unimpressed by the current hype-bubble surrounding IoT (Internet of Things) as applied to lighting systems.  Anyone who has specified lighting controls, or has crossed over from the theatrical world, knows that all of the super-hyped technologies have existed for

networked lighting control from the 1970’s: epcot center

I’m unimpressed by the current hype-bubble surrounding IoT (Internet of Things) as applied to lighting systems.  Anyone who has specified lighting controls, or has crossed over from the theatrical world, knows that all of the super-hyped technologies have existed for

the disruption to come:  finding the next opple lighting

In the past two decades, the lighting industry has undergone two major technology-driven disruptions:  The introduction of LEDs and the introduction of digital, IP-based networking. Their impact has been profound:  LED’s have become the dominate light source and nearly every

the disruption to come:  finding the next opple lighting

In the past two decades, the lighting industry has undergone two major technology-driven disruptions:  The introduction of LEDs and the introduction of digital, IP-based networking. Their impact has been profound:  LED’s have become the dominate light source and nearly every