With Wirepas Mesh your smart lighting requires no network planning or configuration. Devices join automatically the network. Thousands of light fixtures, hundreds of thousands sensor points on a single network
Wirepas, a leading wireless IoT connectivity provider, has closed its biggest smart lighting deal to date. The deal consists of Wirepas selling its connectivity software Wirepas Mesh for inclusion in 100,000 units of Ingy lighting control solutions. The growing deal sizes are an indication of progress in digitalization of industries. Read the news.
Wirepas Mesh enables you to have one connectivity layer for smart lighting and beyond. In addition to the traditional lighting control features like on/off, dimming and white balance adjustment, you can add asset tracking, occupancy sensing and environmental sensing without compromising the throughput, latency, reliability or cost.
With Wirepas Mesh you don’t need to worry about the typical challenges faced with smart lighting deployments: complex and costly installation, multiple radios interfering, heavy infrastructure or too slow traffic for IoT.
Multi radio support of Nordic Semiconductor nRF52832, nRF52840, nRF52833 and Silicon Labs EFR32G12, EFR32G21 gives you to the flexibility to choose the SoC of your flavor.
“Wirepas gives us the mesh and the ecosystem to build a wide range of smart building application on top of our lighting control solution in a way none of our competitors can.”
Bastiaan de Groot
CEO & Co-Founder
“Why have we selected Wirepas technology? It lets us to focus on things where we are experts like lighting control.”
Head of Workspaces
VALO (Light in Finnish) consists of 422 rooms, all of which function for both accommodation and work. In addition, the hotel has a restaurant and a lounge bar, as well as one-of-a-kind wellness and sauna area on the 7th-floor rooftop terrace. The unique concept required a forward-facing guest room management system to finish the all-around hospitality experience. Mount Kelvin, Wirepas & Helvar were ready to deliver. Read the blog.