Building Automation


Power over Ethernet (PoE) does more than simply power and control  lighting fixtures. Our PoE-based platform, is designed with  the "Smart Building" in mind.  The concept of smart buildings may have  grown out of the sustainability movement, but they contribute more value  to businesses than just increased energy efficiency. Smart buildings  expand the health, utility, and value of all their resources – both  human and capital. They can enable innovation by using an IoT PoE  platform to access information for actionable insights, drawn from all  of the data produced by the connected devices. Without a smart platform  to manage the data, it would be impossible to mine  through all of the data produced for insights.

PoE and Smart Building Automation

We have the capability to connect all electrical elements  of a building - lighting, sensors, fans, blinds, security, emergency  lighting, heating and cooling sensors, and so on - into one hub.  Anything connected with an Ethernet cord to the POE Intelligent  Building platform is assigned an IP address, allowing it to be  controlled and monitored using our software applications.  

Businesses will be able to operate at a new  level of efficiency by using their facility data in new ways, leveraging  the connection between formerly independent systems. These benefits are  not temporary, but rather they extend throughout the entire lifetime of  the building, from modeling and design to renovation and beyond. More  importantly, smart buildings are ready for a future where IT and human  innovation combine to provide not just the roof overhead, but also the  information to make possible a truly artificial intelligence (AI)  enabled world.

Internet of Things (IoT)

As the Internet of Things (IoT) becomes a mechanism for power  delivery as well as data, intelligent POE lighting will be leading the  way for other technologies to join the IoT due to lighting's unique  challenges. Lighting, more than almost any other building component,  requires real-time actions and reactions. While occupants may be willing  to wait a few minutes for the air conditioning to turn on, any  noticeable lag in lighting commands and actions is unacceptable to the  user. This means that developing a PoE system to control and power  lighting requires the development of real-time technology. With this  challenge in mind, we have developed a seamlessly integrated  native lighting controls application that supports real-time and  advanced directives. Out platform has some of the most advanced intelligent POE  lighting controls available in the market today, and it has an  open API that can integrate various building applications into one  building automation system to simplify the life of building owners. 

For buildings containing multiple floors, building owners and  contractors should be looking at the data and considering the use of  intelligent lighting from a cost and value-engineering perspective, as  it applies to systems like VoIP, security cameras with pan-tilt-zoom  capability, LED lighting and other wireless access points and POE ports.  If facilities need or use these technologies, Our POE technology is a  great option that delights the end-user and simplifies the  day-to-day management of a smart building. With today’s systems  requiring so many appliances, it is imperative for us to promote POE upgrades to ensure that our customers’  green buildings are smart enough for the 21st century.