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Friday, December 01, 2017

Lighting IoT specialist Gooee launches in Europe

By Nick Flaherty www.flaherty.co.uk

Gooee has launched its single platform for smart lighting in buildings in Europe.

Combining sensing hardware and cloud-based software into the single platform, Gooee bring together lighting, beacon networking and space analytics to drive application-enabling intelligence for developers, building occupiers, property owners and managers. It is scalable and interoperable across a range of lighting technologies such as LED to be used across all sectors to significantly simplify installation complexity.
“IoT lighting is transforming the built environment. We’ve talked increasingly about a new era in lighting, but finally, that time has arrived. Today we are proud to be celebrating partnerships that are fundamental to the adoption of smart building solutions and pleased to be embarking on trials, through our partners, with global brands including BMW and CBRE,” said Neil Salt, Co-founder & MD of Gooee.

“The introduction of location-tracking technology embedded in luminaires will transform spaces significantly. What Gooee and others are doing is revolutionary and through being interoperable with other systems, it is likely that we will see a rapid adoption rate in the real estate industry,” said Rick Jacobs, Managing Director, CBRE Global Workplace Solutions.

In the first European deal, Gooee's data store and analytics platform is being integrated into Deltavation's LED lamp designs. Deltavation provides the only PoE sensor enabled replacement solution to the more than 60 billion fluorescent lamps in operation today worldwide. Integrated with Gooee’s data services, thousands of companies worldwide will be able to replace fluorescent lighting with systems that can monitor footfall, add security, energy management and cost savings and even direct interaction with employees and customers.

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