They look to bring interoperable self-powered IoT solutions to more markets and applications
December 22, 2015
The ZigBee Alliance, an association creating open standards that define the Internet of Things (IoT), announced with the EnOcean Alliance, a consortium for battery-less, wireless smart buildings and homes, that the organizations will cooperate on combining the benefits of EnOcean energy harvesting wireless solutions with ZigBee 3.0.
Alliance Says Its Energy Harvesting Wireless Standard Is Gaining Traction Worldwide
December 27, 2013
The EnOcean Alliance announced that the organization continues to grow as it welcomes LIXIL Corp. as its 350th member. The company is one of several that have joined in the past few months, including Helvar, Hubbell, NEC, VIMAR, and Toshiba.
Smart Buildings Will Provide Real-Time Comfort Control, Security, and Lighting
October 31, 2013
Continuous advances with wireless sensor network (WSN) technologies will allow for smart buildings within the next decade, according to a report published by ON World, a global technology research firm.
The deployment of energy harvesting devices will grow at a compound annual growth rate of nearly 38 percent over the next few years, resulting in annual shipments of 235.4 million units by 2015 (from a base of 53 million in 2012), comprising a range of consumer and industrial applications, according to a report from Pike Research.