Synapse Wireless, Inc., an Internet of Things (IoT) company and a member of the McWane family of companies, recently launched a new website, highlighting SimplySnap, the holistic platform for Lighting Control and Energy Management for industrial facilities and outdoor areas.
Acuity Brands, Inc. recently announced it is expanding its collaboration with Microsoft to bring new capabilities to Acuity Brands smart lighting, lighting controls, and building automation solutions.
Universal Lighting Technologies and Douglas Lighting Controls have unveiled a new brand name and identity as Universal Douglas.
This month, we explore an intensely detailed control application at the new FUSE building in St. Petersburg, FL, which earned a 2021 Sapphire Design Excellence in Networked Lighting Control Award for Automation.
Atrius®, part of Acuity Brands, Inc., announced today Building Insights, a cloud-based solution energy management information system, is now available to organizations across Europe. Building Insights helps facility teams reach ambitious sustainability goals by design. The application streamlines access to energy consumption metrics, automates manual data management processes, and enhances visibility into overall building performance.
The nLight® IECC 2021 applications guide is designed to support compliance with commercial building energy codes based on the 2021 version of the International Energy Conservation Code, or IECC.
Dan Hollenkamp, COO of Toggled offers several key predictions for the future of smart lighting technology.
In this guest post, Jared Morello, VP of Specification Sales, Legrand North America, makes the case that secure lighting networking is achievable with the right compliance and certifications.
Acuity Brands, Inc. recently announced the private preview of Atrius® Building Manager, an end-to-end cloud solution that helps building owners and operators reduce operational costs, optimize energy usage, and improve occupant experiences, starting today with their lights. Atrius Building Manager integrates multiple capabilities to provide greater visibility, insight, fine-tuned control, and automation, at scale, for any commercial building type.
Today, the Integrated Home Competition announced awards for 17 high quality and innovative designs that exemplify the four tenets of the CEE Integrated Home: energy savings, demand flexibility, consumer amenity, and security.