Our mission is to harness the internet of things to make every building smart. Our tech offers robust wireless lighting control and wireless building data.
Incredible lighting control, delivered wirelessly to any luminaire.
Don’t compromise on design specification and tie it all together with Wi-Light.
DALI control delivered wirelessly for 75% less.
Our team is driven to provide the best possible technical solutions for our customers.
We are committed to a universal, open network that can automatically detect and execute savings across facilities.
Recent Blog Posts
Two really interesting ideas below. Just like teaching abusers like Harvey Weinstein that our bodies are not theirs for the taking, we need to teach businesses the same.That line made me stop cold. Ruth's article is brilliant you need to read it. And we (as society,...read more
The desirability of smart lighting systems, driven by Philips Hue, is spreading to commercial lighting projects from offices to retail spaces and warehouses. Early adopters who have experimented with wireless lighting control at a commercial project level have been...read more
Smart buildings should be a key factor in digital transformation projects. Companies embarking on digital transformation are looking at ways to break down silos of data and increase the transparency of their operations so they can get better. Smart buildings are a key...read more
Two really interesting ideas below. Just like teaching abusers like Harvey Weinstein that our bodies are not theirs for the taking, we need to teach businesses the same. That line made me stop cold. Ruth's article is brilliant you need to read it. And we (as society,...read more
Issue 15 of the Human Centred IoT Newsletter published by CEO Cian O'Flaherty. Get it directly to your mailbox The world of work is being transformed by the Internet of Things. The old chain of innovation has flipped. Tech used to travel from military -> business ->...read more
This is a copy of my email The Monday Note. It goes out weekly, sign up here. A commingling of the bad and the good this week. Things (especially smart things) could end up going in either direction. On the bad side, China is rapidly rolling out facial recognition....read more