The EnOcean Alliance showed the possibilities of the interoperable EnOcean ecosystem for integrated building control with a complete automation system based on the EnOcean energy-harvesting wireless standard.
Organizations to combine benefits of EnOcean and ZigBee solutions for worldwide applications
January 18, 2016
The cooperation connects the two alliances’ advantages, synergies, and track records of standards advancements to create an open, global specification that will extend energy-harvesting wireless communication to a broader range of self-powered IoT sensor solutions.
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.
Both organizations are working to deliver seamless, interoperable connectivity for the IoT
October 6, 2015
The EnOcean Alliance and the Open Interconnect Consortium (OIC) today announced a new liaison agreement. This collaboration joins one of the most established wireless building controls alliances with a leading Internet of Things (IoT) association.
Provides Uniform Approach for Installation and Long-Term Support of Building Automation Networks
July 30, 2014
The EnOcean Alliance announced that it has defined a unified specification for remote commissioning of energy harvesting wireless devices in building automation systems to optimize and ease the control and configuration of building automation networks.
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.
Wireless technology is now entering the mainstream of the commercial building controls market, according to a new report from Navigant Research. While building automation and controls have been used for decades, wireless enables control without the design and labor challenges involved with running traditional wiring.
The EnOcean Alliance announced that it is advancing the interoperability between EnOcean-based wireless products from different OEMs with its release of EnOcean Equipment Profiles (EEP) Version 2.5. More than 100 product profiles are now available for developing different energy harvesting wireless solutions.
The EnOcean Alliance announced the availability of a new line of energy harvesting wireless modules communicating on the 902 MHz band for the North American market. The line increases effective radio frequency range, enhances resistance to interference, and simplifies product development due to shorter antenna lengths.