In the News 2017

  • http://hpac.com/
    February 25, 2015

    The multiprotocol IzoT platform includes new Wi-Fi control modules and integrated support for BACnet/MS-TP. Combined with Internet Protocol technologies, the IzoT platform supports the integration of formerly disparate building- and lighting-control systems while reducing development, startup, commissioning, and operating time and costs. It is said to be the only platform with a rich set of profiles to speed and simplify the development of building controls for both wired and wireless devices.

  • Energy Watch News
    February 3, 2015

    Modern commercial outdoor lighting systems are being asked to do more than ever before. In addition to fulfilling their primary purpose of casting light onto dark roadways, parking areas, and public spaces,outdoor lighting systems are increasingly evaluated for how well they reduce energy consumption, improve safety for both pedestrians and drivers, and serve as the foundation for a range of Internet of Things (IoT) applications.

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  • AutomatedBuildings.com
    February 1, 2015

    Spurring greater convergence of existing and new building automation systems is a crucial step toward realizing the full potential of the IIoT.

    The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is the next big wave in commercial building automation. Accenture recently released research forecasting that the IIoT could drive many trillions of dollars in economic growth worldwide in the next 15 years.

    We asked Sohrab Modi, Chief Technology Officer of Echelon Corp., a leader in IIoT device

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  • Embedded.com
    January 28, 2015

    In industrial control market, one of the most conservative segments is that devoted to commercial building automation and networking.

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  • App Developer Magazine
    January 28, 2015

    Echelon Corporation is expanding its multiprotocol IzoT platform for the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) to include new Wi-Fi control modules and integrated support for BACnet/MS-TP. 

  • LuxReview
    January 5, 2015

    Power-line communication is allowing some of China’s biggest cities to embrace LED streetlighting and controls. The technology allows lights to be controlled using signals sent over existing power lines – so no new wiring or antennas are required. Over the last few years Guangdong Rongwen Lighting Co, working with US controls provider Echelon, has installed more than 130,000 ‘smart’ streetlights in Guangdong Province – China’s most populous. 

  • Sys-Con Media
    January 4, 2015

    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.

  • LEDS magazine
    January 1, 2015
    Ending the Patchwork Approach to Wired & Wireless Outdoor Lighting
    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
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  • Embedded Computing Design
    December 24, 2014

    When you think about the Internet of Things (IoT), chances are that you think about sensor-enabled devices or cloud-based applications. But what's happening between the sensors and the cloud?

    The answer: complicated and necessary processes that turn lots of small data into big data. These processes make possible the distributed intelligence, autonomous operation, and real-time performance of the IoT.

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  • M2M Paper
    December 18, 2014

    There’s a reason San Francisco Bay Area residents have so many opinions on transit, even more than Los Angeles car lovers or New Yorkers. For many who live in the Bay Area, commuting to work means passing up to 50 miles each way through a number of independent metro areas. It’s especially important to cheer for the public transit systems that serve these mega-commuters. One transit system is in Echelon’s backyard: the Santa Clara County Valley Transit Authority (VTA), a system of light rail

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