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Corona als Trigger für Smart Buildings

Die COVID-19-Pandemie hat so ziemlich alles durcheinandergewirbelt, was wir in unserem beruflichen und privaten Leben bisher gewohnt waren. Wir treffen uns über Webmeetings, sitzen wie ich gerade auch im Homeoffice, kaufen mehr online ein, reisen mit mulmigem Gefühl und verfolgen aufmerksam die Nachrichtenlage, wie sich ein unsichtbares Virus in Wellen um die Welt bewegt. Zuerst […]

European Week for Waste Reduction 2019

Am 16. November 2019 startete die Europäische Woche der Abfallvermeidung (European Week for Waste Reduction #EWWR2019). Bereits 2009 ins Leben gerufen, ist die Thematik dieses Projekts heute so brisant wie nie zuvor. Neben dem Klimawandel ist es eine weitere große Herausforderung unserer Zeit. Wie bei der CO2-Reduktion sind die Mechanismen und Zusammenhänge komplex – und […]

digitization of building spaces

At this year´s IoT Solutions World Congress (Barcelona, October 29-31, 2019), the IoT pioneers T-Systems and EnOcean will be demonstrating real-life solutions for digitalized office spaces and smart homes. Visitors to the event can experience at the booth 411 (Gran Via, Hall 2, Level 0, Street D, Stand 411) how close partnerships across industries and […]

Digitalisierung in der Wohnungswirtschaft

Smart Home in der Wohnungswirtschaft – Trend oder nutzenbringende Technologie? Beim Smart Home erleben wir derzeit eine Entwicklung, die für viele Technologien typisch ist, wenn sie „in“ sind und eine breite Öffentlichkeit finden: Der Begriff entwickelt ein höchst vielfältiges Eigenleben. Jeder findet seine eigene Definition, der kleinste gemeinsame Nenner fällt eher bescheiden aus. Dabei ist […]

Senic - The Power of Light for Wellbeing

Light might not be the first thing we consider when walking into a room, but it has a huge influence on how we feel in that space. Hannah Feldman, Content Manager at Senic GmbH, shows in her article that in the age of technology, we have more methods than ever before to improve our health, […]

LinkIO enables connected homes via Bluetooth® networks. The international company, located in the heart of “French Tech in the Alps”, follows the approach of simple, intuitive and affordable solutions to enable intelligently connected homes based on the Bluetooth® standard. True to its motto “Upscale to Smart Home!”, LinkIO has now integrated EnOcean’s self-powered Bluetooth® switches […]

Christian Bach and Alan Tejeda, both Application Engineers at EnOcean GmbH, show in their article how OEMs find the right EnOcean product for different applications. EnOcean is synonymous with energy harvesting wireless technology, offering modules and finished products under the brands Dolphin and Easyfit for batteryless applications in the Internet of Things. They are used […]

For the first time EnOcean exhibited at Bluetooth World – and it was a great place to be. We experienced an inspiring knowledge exchange with leading manufacturers and experts from the Bluetooth SIG. There was a lot of excitement about our self-powered solutions for Bluetooth® lighting systems as they enable maintenance-free, ready-to-use control and data […]

Our 2nd tutorial video explains the energy harvesting technology from EnOcean which enables wireless switches and sensors to work without batteries. Learn about the technology’s benefits and the wide range of applications for smart buildings using the EnOcean standard.  

This tutorial video gives background information at a glance on the specifics of EnOcean-based solutions – for installers, specifiers, facility managers, system integrators and everyone who wants to learn more about the characteristics and benefits of self-powered wireless switches and sensors based on the EnOcean standard for more energy-efficient and intelligent buildings.  

At the first European Congress for Energy Efficiency and Digital Transition in Buildings, Eric Cassar, Architect at Arkehenspaces, explained how space sharing could solve the problems of an increasing demand for space and the cost explosion of housing in cities. The digital transition of buildings based on sensor data, enabling intelligent space usage, for example, […]

The transition from traditional lighting to LED lighting has triggered a wave of innovation that will establish lighting as an Internet of Things (IoT) backbone in the building. High node density coupled with readily available power supply make lighting fixtures ideal nodes of a connected wireless mesh network. Self-powered sensors play a key role to […]

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