Gooee brings world’s first lighting IoT ‘full stack’ ecosystem to life at Frankfurt Light & Building 2016

Gooee is using the Frankfurt Light + Building 2016 exhibition – Frankfurt Hall 4 Level 2 Booth D71 – for the European preview of the world’s first ‘full-stack’ lighting ecosystem.

Jan-Kemeling[5]An interactive demonstration on its stand will offer delegates the chance to fully experience the key end-user benefits of luminaire products that feature ‘Gooee Inside’ including Environmental Intelligence, Human Engagement and Product/ Asset Tracking. Environmental Intelligence includes the ability to control and monitor energy data to support predictive maintenance and determine such factors as occupancy, ambient light levels, white colour tuning and LED performance.

Human Engagement provides the ability to personalise the user experience, engaging individuals within a dedicated environment. Product and Asset tracking, the final benefit, allows an asset to be managed and tracked throughout its total life cycle. Advances in technology have made it possible to print circuitry that encompasses power and communication capabilities. These so-called ‘smart labels’, containing RFID or Bluetooth, can be applied to products and assets and be identified within the Gooee ecosystem.

Jan Kemeling, Gooee’s Chief Commercial Officer, says that the reaction so far to Gooee Inside has been extraordinary: “There is a consistently high demand for an interoperable, scalable lighting system within the built environment and we are continuing to develop our technology to provide the full lighting solution,” he says.

Gooee-Ecosystem[4]“Managing energy costs and meeting regulatory requirements regarding health and safety are just two of the critical issues for businesses today, and both can be addressed by harnessing the benefit of Gooee Inside.” At the start of 2016, Gooee announced a series of partnerships and working associations with seven Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) including Havells Sylvania, the Aurora Group, Gerard Lighting and John Cullen Lighting.

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