Installing EnOcean energy harvesting wireless solutions in UK’s leading agency for the early adoption of advanced digital technologies
Incisor.TV visited Digital Catapult with the EnOcean Alliance and it’s partner iaconnects. Digital Catapult is a UK-based advanced digital technology innovation centre, accelerating the adoption of new and emerging technologies to drive regional, national and international growth for UK businesses across the economy.
Digital Catapult works with a range of organisations – including startups and scaleups, established businesses, investors, government and public sector, research and academia – to discover new ways of solving industry challenges, increase productivity and open up new markets.
It does this across a range of technologies that are converging to form an emerging advanced digital technology stack, including artifical intelligence and machine learning, future networks (5G, IoT and other next gen network technologies), immersive technologies such as virtual, augmented reality and distributed systems.
Digital Catapult has worked with both the EnOcean Alliance and iaconnects to deploy EnOcean’s energy harvesting wireless solutions across its London offices. In this video, Pat Molloy, who is manager of the Catapult’s Future Networks Lab explains Catapult’s thinking, and the benefits that his organisation has enjoyed.
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EnOcean Alliance – Building Smarter Connectivity
As an international association of leading companies in the building and IT industries, the EnOcean Alliance has been committed since 2008 to enabling and promoting interoperable, maintenance-free and proven eco-systems based on the wireless EnOcean radio standard (ISO/IEC 14543-3-10/11). With their decades of experience, EnOcean Alliance members strive to co-create a healthy, safe and sustainable environment in smart homes, smart buildings and smart spaces for the benefit of all.
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