Tag Archives Internet of Things

new work - risk or opportunity

A few weeks ago, I moderated our IoT workshop at the T-Systems Innovation Centre. As a keynote, the consulting company Eurocres gave us insights into the topic of “New Work” and showed analyses stating that we will need 30 to 50 % less office buildings in the future. There are several reasons for this: One major driver certainly is the current […]

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 […]

EnOcean Forbes Technology Council Data for the IoT

Five years ago, it was an industry buzzword: the Internet of Things (IoT). Analysts predicted billions of sensors would be connected to the Internet, delivering a tremendous amount of information from everywhere around us. IoT has already become reality, as foreseen by experts. However, it soon expects a spurt in growth through the rapidly increasing […]

Smart Spaces

Die Digitalisierung macht auch am Büroalltag nicht halt. Flexible Arbeitszeitmodelle, dezentrales Arbeiten, Homeoffice – die weitaus meisten verbinden New Work mit einem neuen Führungsverständnis, radikalem Kulturwandel und innovativen Formen der Arbeitsorganisation, die dem Einzelnen eine größere Freiheit in der Gestaltung seines Arbeitsalltags einräumen. Wie sehr der New Work-Gedanke allerdings auch Aspekte der „klassischen Arbeitswelt“ durchdringt […]

At CES 2019, the EnOcean Alliance and several of its members showed smart applications and interoperable solutions for intelligent buildings and IoT systems – all based on the EnOcean wireless standard. This video gives a snapshot of EnOcean Alliance’s presence at the show.  

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 […]

In early September, the EnOcean Alliance together with eight of its members attended Shanghai Intelligent Building Technology (SIBT), one of the largest shows for smart buildings in China. It was an impressive platform giving a great insight into the latest industry trends in this region. No doubt, China’s building industry is booming. However, similar to […]

This week, 200 representatives of the real estate industry and more than 1,000 participants discussed the future of our buildings at the Smart Buildings for Smart Cities Summer Universities in Lyon. This discussion is very close to many of the biggest social and environmental challenges of our time. These challenges include the demographic change with […]

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 […]

Smart buildings are becoming more prevalent with IoT technology complimenting, and in some cases, replacing current building management systems (BMS). The deep networking ability of cloud-based IoT platforms and self-powered, maintenance-free sensors that can flexibly be placed everywhere in a facility, even on furniture, provide real-time insight into a building’s condition and technical health. This […]

Die DB Systel hat zusammen mit Microsoft und EnOcean das Venture IoT/M2M Office in Hamburg an nur einem Tag mit batterielosen Funksensoren ausgestattet und über die DB IoT Cloud vernetzt.* Wir haben mit Jörn Petereit, Head of  IoT/M2M, DB Systel GmbH und Armin Anders, Vice President Business Development, EnOcean GmbH über die Möglichkeiten des Internets […]

Research conducted by Business Insider forecasted that 646 million connected devices (excluding wearables such as fitness trackers) will be installed and used in healthcare facilities by 2020. Not only is this an increase of 580% compared to 2015, healthcare will also make up 25% of the total IoT market! (source: Business Insider and http://digitalsalutem.com/the-use-of-internet-of-thing-in-healthcare-in-2018/). In the UK alone, there are now over […]

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