A wireless network can manage thousands of sensors connected to smart devices, which capture data in real-time. This allows for significant improvements to lighting and HVAC management, resulting in cost saving, improved occupant comfort, saftey and productivity.

These systems are scalable, upgradeable and secure. Sensors installed in light fixtures detect motion, temperature, and ambient light. Asset tags and badges communicate using Bluetooth with the sensors for calculating the location of assets and people. Harvested data is reported and analyzed through an energy management system.


People counting, also known as “football counting”, refers to the electronic counting of people passing through a space. It’s the basis for many analytical and managerial improvements, including:

  • Space utilization, including the development of patterns” to make improvements to layout, flow, staffing and optimized occupancy
  • Queue management
  • Retail analytics, including conversion ration and comparison of various

There are various people-counting technologies, from infrared ToF, to thermal and stereo-vision, each with particular advantages. The collected data is sent to an analytics platform to be used.


Tracking the location of assets and people on a live map through the use of sensors, advanced algorithms and cloud computing resources, in conjunction with physical tags attached to equipment or worn by personnel. Tag information can be replayed on-demand, offer real-time alerts and multi-floor, multi-room precision. This can greatly improve efficiency by:

  • Reducing time searching for equipment and people
  • Reducing loss of high value assets
  • Reducing unnecessary equipment purchases
  • Optimization of processes using location histories
  • Reduce capital expenditure
  • Increase staff productivity


Detailed, non-intrusive views of workspaces and employee movement and can be used to increase productivity, optimize workspaces for higher utilization and drive cost-saving initiatives.

  • Occupancy data may be passed to heating and cooling systems for further savings.
  • Deliver ideal lighting for the retail experience, reduce queue times with better data about peak store traffic, and reduce wait times.
  • Ensure consistent customer engagement, staffing levels, and support services.
  • Occupancy data may be passed to heating and cooling systems for further savings.


Drive down energy costs while improving occupant comfort.

  • By making each lighting fixture individually intelligent, data is collected 65 times per second to monitor environmental and occupancy changes and adjust lighting in real-time.
  • Optimize light color temperature and intensity to create ideal work environment.

Significantly drive down energy and space costs while improving occupant comfort and safety

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