In the News 2017

  • Smart Cities World
    February 1, 2017

    Sensors along with the lights can be programmed to automatically respond to higher foot traffic or certain weather conditions

    City managers can adjust lights from soothing warm yellow to bright blue-white
    City managers can adjust lights from soothing warm yellow to bright blue-white

    Echelon Corporation is trialling the first deployment of so-called “white tunable” connected street lighting in partnership with the city of White Bear Lake, Minnesota, and design firm Short Elliott Hendrickson.

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  • TrafficSafe
    February 1, 2017

    Minnesota city trials street lighting from Echelon connected to the IoT for remote adjustment or automatic environment-based control.

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  • Solid State Lighting Design
    February 1, 2017

    Echelon -- Connected Color Tuning street lighting system at Railroad Park in White Bear Lake, Minnesota.

    Internet of Things pioneer Echelon Corporation of Santa Clara, California is currently deploying the first- of-its-kind, so-called “white tunable” connected street lighting in White Bear Lake, a suburb of St. Paul, Minnesota.

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  • Electronics360
    January 31, 2017
    Last year, the American Medical Association (AMA) issued a warning that select light emitting diode (LED) lighting for neighborhoods or city streets may be causing disruptions in sleep patterns, dissatisfaction with sleep quality, excessive sleepiness, impaired daytime functioning, and obesity. This was the result of bright LED lighting emitting large amounts of blue light that appears white to the naked eye.

    Now, Echelon Corp.

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  • Edison Report
    January 31, 2017

    New Echelon Connected Lighting Solution Delivers Healthier LED Streetlighting Without Compromising Safety and Visibility

    Cities and Enterprises Can Dynamically Regulate the Level of Blue Light Outdoors; First Deployed in White Bear Lake, MN

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  • Electrical Industry Canada
    January 25, 2017
    Echelon Corporation is collaborating with IBM Watson IoT to bring cognitive intelligence to its adaptive streetlight control platform, helping municipalities transform into smarter, safer and more sustainable cities. Echelon will infuse Watson IoT capabilities into its next-generation, adaptive LED lighting control solution to form a pervasive, more intelligent infrastructure that can easily integrate IoT applications to address municipal safety, environment and energy challenges.

    IBM Watson

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  • American City & County
    January 24, 2017

    In the photo: A color-coded map shows the different Cambridge neighborhood profiles and how the light-dimming schedule differs for each.

    In 2010, Cambridge Mass., launched its Sustainability Initiative, earning a Green City designation from the state. As part of the initiative, the city pledged to reduce CO2 levels, and an LED streetlight project was part of this goal.

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  • Energy Manager Today
    January 24, 2017

    The goal of creating smart buildings and cities is generating a tremendous and growing level of interest. The greatest challenge is finding a way to cover as much of the square footage of the space with the sensors that are necessary for such services.

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  • Internet of Business
    January 24, 2017
    Echelon connected streetlights to get smart with IBM WatsonEchelon connected streetlights to get smart with IBM Watson

    Adaptive streetlights from Echelon will be connected with IBM’s Watson, applying cloud analytics, IoT and predictive intelligence to illuminate the bigger picture. 

    Connected lighting giant Echelon Corporation is set to bring cognitive intelligence to its streetlight control platform with the help of IBM Watson. It’s hoped that the combination of Watson’s IoT capabilities and Echelon’s latest LED lighting control solution

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