Guangzhou Electrical Building Technology exhibition took place in June. With over 20 EnOcean Alliance members showcasing energy harvesting wireless products, the show was turned EnOcean Alliance green, as the energy harvesting wireless standard continues strong growth in Asia. In a technology workshop, visitors could learn about EnOcean Energy Harvesting Wireless Standard for Lighting and Energy Efficient Building Controls.

We are looking forward to GEBT 2016.

About The Author

Graham Martin is Chairman and CEO of the EnOcean Alliance. He is a veteran of the electronics industry with over 30 years of experience in RF solutions, engineering and marketing. Being an expert for sustainable buildings, he also looks at the future role of standardized wireless automation systems including the Internet of Things. His personal enthusiasm for the EnOcean world is the fact that batteryless sensors will play an ever increasing role in smart buildings and in the Internet of Things, and that the EnOcean standard working together with other standards creates an end-to-end solution for improved comfort, security and energy efficiency.

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