Siemens Smart Infrastructure has been ranked as a leading provider of IoT platforms for smart buildings by independent analyst firm Verdantix.
Siemens Smart Infrastructure has completed the acquisition of French startup Wattsense, a hardware and software company which offers an innovative, plug-and-play IoT management system for small and mid-size buildings, expanding Siemens’ building products portfolio.
Based on its recent analysis of the North American building Internet of Things (IoT) platforms market, Frost & Sullivan recently recognized Enlighted, Inc., a Siemens company, with the 2020 North America Company of the Year Award.
Process Systems Enterprise (PSE), a supplier of Advanced Process Modelling (APM) software and services, recently announced that it plans to be acquired by Siemens AG in a transaction scheduled to close in Q4 2019. The 160-person PSE operation will be integrated into the Process Automation Business Unit of Siemens Digital Industries. The current PSE management team will remain in place.
Enlighted, a Siemens company, recently announced new lighting control capabilities have been added to its award-winning building Internet of Things (IoT) Platform. These include advanced tunable white lighting control, daylight harvesting group capabilities, and a two-wire interface for the company’s powerful sensors. Together, these new advancements can improve the health and well-being of building occupants, improve lighting aesthetics, simplify fixture integration, and reduce costs.
This month, we will explore an innovative installation of lighting controls at the General Motors Design Dome.
Siemens Building Technologies Division recently announced it has acquired Enlighted Inc., a Silicon Valley-based manufacturer of intelligent lighting systems. Both parties have agreed not to disclose financial details. Closing is expected in the third quarter of 2018. Enlighted will be managed as an independent legal entity and wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens Industry, Inc.
The Gamma Lighting Control System by Siemens has won a 2014 Top Products Award from Building Operating Management Magazine. Gamma lighting controls can be integrated into building automation systems to control lighting, shading, setpoints and values. Support alarm monitoring, trend display, date and time display and password protection. Available in one-, two-, or four-pair configurations. […]
Siemens and Building Operating Management Magazine have produced research that examines how lighting control can be integrated into building management systems and why doing so offers facility executives better control of their building systems. Click here to read it now.
This video introduces the building industry to Siemens’ Gamma Lighting Control, an integrated control system with a distributed control architecture, which allows owners to manage all aspects of their lighting without worrying about single points of failure. Designed for buildings of any size, Gamma’s seamless integration with the company’s building automation system enables management of […]