Toggled®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair focused on intelligent building management solutions, recently launched its new Toggled iQ Analytics web-based application. This next generation offering provides facility managers and building owners with the data insights needed to ensure maximum efficiency from their networked building controls systems, driving down costs and energy consumption.
Toggled®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair focused on intelligent building management solutions, recently released survey results revealing that while many businesses are embracing smart building technology to increase energy efficiency and lower costs, they fall short of their goals due to an inability to master the data.
LEDucation and LightFair are right around the corner, so be sure to register soon for these major industry events, both of which are occurring in New York City this year.
In this episode of The Lighting Controls Podcast co-produced by the Lighting Controls Association and NAILD and sponsored by Toggled IQ, Gary Meshberg, LC, CLCP, LEED-AP, vice chair of the LCA and director of industry and market engagement for Digital Lumens/ENCELIUM, explains how to overcome reluctance to adopt advanced lighting controls.
Toggled®, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair, recently announced the new Toggled iQ Fixture Controller.
Dan Hollenkamp, COO of Toggled offers several key predictions for the future of smart lighting technology.
Toggled, a wholly owned subsidiary of Altair focused on smart building management solutions and lighting technology, recently announced the roll-out of its comprehensive connected building data and device management solution, Toggled iQ. Leveraging the Internet of things (IoT), Toggled iQ helps businesses optimize their building environments by streamlining operations, improving energy efficiency, saving money, and reducing their carbon footprint, through the connection of smart connected lighting with wireless sensors, controls, and intuitive analytics.
The real challenge for Carbon Lighthouse was to identify a solution that could interface successfully with the wide range of protocols commonly employed by the BMS, and transfer the high volume of detailed information generated, in real-time, to Carbon Lighthouse’s proprietary, patented, cloud-based software platform, CLUES. Any new approach would need to be more economical and efficient.
The Lighting Controls Association is pleased to welcome Toggled IQ as a new member.