Posts By Graham Martin

What is the Internet of Things (IoT)? The lauded Internet of Things consists of everything, billions and even trillions of communicating devices, connecting and networking together. What will connect? The easier question is, what won’t connect? Society today wants their things to work together – seamlessly and simply – to make their life better. Imagine […]

Energiewende. Damit verbinden die meisten erneuerbare Energiequellen oder die Diskussion darüber, wie der Strom von A nach B kommen soll. Ziel, viel Energie sparen Allmählich drängt sich aber ein weiteres Thema auf: Energieeffizienz. Sie wird zum festen Bestandteil erneuerbarer Energien. Die Bundesregierung spricht in ihrem „Nationalen Aktionsplan Energieeffizienz“ von der „zweiten Säule neben der Stromerzeugung“. […]

Battery-less: A better way forward The challenges associated with battery-dependent wireless devices, discussed in “Powering the Internet of Wireless Things – Part 1”, threaten the growth of wireless sensor networks and open the door to EnOcean energy harvesting wireless technology. Designed to harness their power from their surrounding environment, energy harvesting devices are self-powered and […]

Wireless devices – they are all around us. Convenience has played a significant role in the embraced adoption of wireless devices, and the applications of wireless devices continue to broaden in their reach. Conservative projections speculate that the demand for wireless devices won’t slow down anytime soon either; in fact, it’s estimated that with the […]

Was will ich von einem Smart Home? Was will oder brauche ich nicht? Diese Fragen sollten Kunden beim Erstgespräch mit einem Installateur oder Elektriker beantworten. Allerdings muss das schnell und pragmatisch möglich sein und sich somit im ersten Schritt auf die wesentlichen Fragen bzw. Möglichkeiten reduzieren. Mit Fragebogen zum Bedarf Deshalb haben wir zusammen mit […]

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 […]

Lightfair (LFI) 2015 in New York City broke trade show records with nearly 30,000 attendees and 599 exhibitors. The EnOcean Alliance was very well represented as well. Over 20 EnOcean members exhibited at LFI and within its own booth, the EnOcean Alliance ecosystem wall showed 40 products for wireless LED lighting and HVAC control from […]

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