Enterprise opportunity is where IoT potential resides in terms of spending and number of endpoints connected
December 7, 2015
While the Internet of Things (IoT) continues to evolve and expand, moving from planning to execution, commercial enterprise momentum is growing. According to a new global IoT decision maker survey from International Data Corp., 73 percent of respondents have already deployed IoT solutions or plan to deploy in the next 12 months.
HORYZON is an Internet protocol (IP)-based, high-resolution color LCD touchscreen display that is preloaded with a visual interface that connects directly to the company’s ECLYPSE™ Connected System Controller, IP, and Wi-Fi product series.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that the JUMP initiative is seeking to connect innovators with industry to make the most creative building efficiency ideas a reality. DOE’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and industry partners want to collaborate to solve some of the challenges facing the building energy efficiency industry.
Launched in 2006, Danfoss’s EnVisioneering Symposia help keep HVACR industry stakeholders apprised of the latest developments in U.S. policy and industry and provide forums in which they can share ideas and information.
Kele supplies over 108,000 peripheral control products
November 19, 2015
Antares Capital and American Capital arranged for $170 million in financing to support the acquisition of Kele Inc. by Snow Phipps Group LLC. Kele is a distributor of peripheral control products used in building automation systems. Snow Phipps is a private equity firm focused on middle-market control investments.
The new standards focus on the interoperability of Internet of Things (IoT) devices
November 17, 2015
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)® and LONMARK International announced that two of their standards — ANSI/CEA-709.5 and ANSI/CEA 709.6 — are now approved American National Standards Institute (ANSI) standards for home and building automation.
The Buildings of the Future project, an endeavor spearheaded by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) and the DOE, aims to develop a vision for what U.S. commercial and residential buildings could become in 100 years.