• Gooee enters South America

    Smart lighting start-up Gooee, creator of a ‘full stack’ cloud-based platform that connects lighting manufacturers to the IoT, has extended its international reach to South America by partnering with the Lumicenter Lighting Group, the Brazilian provider of conventional and LED lighting solutions.

  • Powerpacks for pioneering energy storage project

    Photon Energy, a UK-based Tesla Powerpack certified company, was recently appointed to install four energy storage units at Manchester Science Park. 

    Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) has undertaken a significant investment in an advanced energy strategy that includes the installation of the Tesla Powerpacks as well as two EV charging points at their flagship headquarters - the Bright Building, located at Manchester Science Park. 

  • Intelligent buildings: Building better 

    Pradyumna Pandit, VP of EcoBuilding UK and Ireland at Schneider Electric, explores the role intelligent buildings have to play in contributing to a smarter, more sustainable future.

  • Cloud-based cooling

    Cooling units are playing an increasingly important role in Industry 4.0. Seamless communication between cooling units and associated cloud-based systems is opening up opportunities for new applications. Karl Lycett, Rittal’s product manager for Climate Control, explores why IoT-capable devices such as the cooling units and chillers in the Rittal Blue e+ range are essential to these applications.

  • Implementing the IoT

    Karl Walker, marketing development manager at Beckhoff, addresses some of the confusion surrounding the technology used in intelligent buildings and gives us some advice on the implementation of the Internet of Things.

  • A smart move

    Liam La Cumbre, commercial director at Exertis, explores how electricians can seize the opportunity presented by smart tech and help their customers on their journey to a connected home.

  • The next generation in virtual power?

    Combining their peer-to-peer network technology and renewable energy products, Kyocera and LO3 Energy have come together to trial a virtual blockchain-managed power plant, in a bid to improve energy distribution.