Devices that combine a number of sensory inputs – or engage a sense in an intuitive way – will be the way forward in creating more livable spaces with technology. New types of interfaces are appearing everywhere. Speech, haptics and gesture are becoming more common everyday – but what is the reason for this shift? […]
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 […]
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.
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.
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 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.
John Corbett, Sales Director Northern Europe and Middle East at EnOcean, explains with the example of the Wienerberger e4 brick house™ the possibilities of self-powered sensors for an energy-saving, safe and comfortable smart home. Learn about several usage examples in this video.
The Wienerberger e4 brick house™ is a concept of a smart home to address the need for affordable, sustainable housing in the UK. It focuses on the four pillars of Wienerberger’s global e4 concept – energy, economy, environment and emotion. With EnOcean sensors and solutions from IBM and Living Map, the Wienerberger smart home combines innovative […]
On May 17, the 1st European Conference on Energy Efficiency and Building Digital Transition took place in Luxembourg. Here, building industry experts and government representatives discussed with more than 200 attendees the possibilities of digitalization in buildings. It emerged that this is the great opportunity and absolute necessity for energy savings at a large scale. […]
This year, the EnOcean Alliance celebrates its 10th anniversary. We spoke with Graham Martin, Chairman of the EnOcean Alliance, on the organization’s success story that started at Light+Building 2008, initiated by seven visionary companies. Graham, what was the idea to form the EnOcean Alliance? The goal was to establish innovative automation solutions for sustainable buildings. There […]