Join Us for Webinar: Outdoor Lighting Controls Basics
February 24, 2015 - ONLINE
This webinar will address basic Lighting Control architectures focusing on Echelon’s Wireless (RF) controls, drawing from 25 years of experience in control systems and over 600 cities and sites using Echelon Lighting Controls.Register for Webinar Today
AVM Tech Days: Securing the future, turn on security and drive safely your IoT applications
FEBRUARY 05, 2015, BREDA, BENELUX
Join us and learn more about intellectual property protection, security of communication (cryptography & authentication) and prevention of cloning.Register Now
Embedded World 2015
FEBRUARY 24 - 26, NUREMBERG, GERMANY
Join us at Embedded World at the Avnet Memec booth (Hall 4a - Booth 130).
Learn how to create devices for the Industrial Internet of Things and choose from optimized wired and wireless media.Visit Event Website
Outdoor Lighting Controls Basics
This webinar will address basic Lighting Control architectures focusing on Echelon’s Lumewave Wireless (RF) controls, drawing from 25 years of experience in control systems and over 600 cities and sites using Echelon Lighting Controls.
Specifically, attendees will learn:
- The Benefits of Lighting controls including - cost savings, safety, maintenance
- Why upgrading to LEDs alone is not enough
- Best practices- select the best controls for your application, what issues to anticipate
- Outdoor Lighting Use Cases and Resources
Strategies in Light
FEBRUARY 25, 2015, SANDS EXPO & CONVENTION CENTER, LAS VEGAS, NV, USA
Smart Lighting Track
SESSION 1: Trends in Lighting Controls for Professional Applications
Ending the Patchwork Approach to Wired & Wireless Outdoor Lighting
Presented by Sanjay Manney, Director of Product Management at Echelon Corp.
Cities implementing smart outdoor lighting solutions have run into an unfortunate challenge: Some situations are ideal for wireless communications and some require wired communications, which has meant deploying and controlling two separate, incompatible lighting networks in a kind of patchwork configuration. This presentation will discuss a standards-based approach that integrates wired and wireless control networking into a single platform for outdoor lighting.Register Now
SXSW Conference Panel: Network All The Things: What About Infrastructure?
JW Marriott Room 208
110 E 2nd St., Austin, TX
Designing sensors into new physical infrastructure - office and residential buildings, transportation, factories, power plants, harbors, etc. - or retrofitting sensors into existing physical infrastructure presents much different challenges than designing rapidly outdated, disposable wearables. Smart infrastructure has to function as intended for years or decades. Often peoples' lives depend on smart infrastructure functioning properly. Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) service delivery to smart infrastructure is a complex system-of-systems that behaves much differently than the Human Internet of Things (HIoT). Hear how different the IIoT is from HIoT, and why the short term opportunity for IIoT is so much greater than wearables and other solutions looking for a problem in the HIoT... for those who understand the infrastructure rules of the game.
- Paul Teich Moor Insights & Strategy
- Ron Sege Echelon Corporation
- Menko de Roos Xicato Incorporated
- Dave Friedman Ayala Networks
LIGHTFAIR International 2015
MAY 05 – 07, 2015, NEW YORK, NY
As the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference, LFI blends continuing education courses with innovative products ranging from high-end design to cutting-edge technology.Visit Event Website
When OT Meets the Industrial 'Internet of Things'
JUNE 9-11, 2015 JAVITS CENTER, NEW YORK, NY
Industrial and commercial realms encompass operational technology (OT) that has been around for 25 or 50 years. This grittier, pre-IP, more hands-on world has much to gain from Industrial IoT (IIoT) applications and principles.
In his session at @ThingsExpo, Ron Sege, CEO of Echelon, will discuss how as enterprise IT embraces other IoT-related technology trends, enterprises with industrial or commercial facets must also find ways for the disparate worlds of OT and IT to work together harmoniously.
Online Hands-on Lab: IzoT Platform for the Industrial Internet of Things
Online hands-on lab will provide you the basic skills necessary to create and monitor an IzoT based control network.
After completing this lab, you will be able to:
- Develop an IzoT-enabled device that communicates autonomously with other IzoT-enabled devices
- Create a network of IzoT-enabled devices
- Create Web pages to monitor and control a network of IzoT-enabled devices