Inspired LED’s energy efficient fixtures and Igor’s PoE-based control software will enable commercial contractors and builders to incorporate smart lighting technology into businesses and homes
Inspired LED and Igor have partnered to bring Power over Ethernet (PoE) controlled lighting to market.
By using energy efficient fixtures from Inspired LED and the PoE based control software developed by Igor, commercial contractors, builders, and consumers will have the opportunity to incorporate smart lighting technology into their homes and businesses, the companies announced.
“The Inspired LED and Igor partnership creates an IoT (Internet of Things) intelligent building solution that can deliver both immediate, as well as yet imagined business benefits,” said Steven L’Heureux, CEO, president, and chairman of Igor.
“Our goal is to provide our customers with access to the data and analytics required to deliver lower energy consumption, while dramatically improving the aesthetic appeal of a shopping or dining experience.”
Using standard Ethernet ports, cables, and wireless enabled devices, Igor’s technology allows users to manage a range of lights and sensors on a single intelligent network while Inspired LED’s custom-made fixtures and DIY lighting kits provide a plug-and-play foundation which can be optimised for PoE control.
“[The incorporation of] a PoE solution extends our reach into the larger commercial markets and beyond” added Jim Levante, CEO of Inspired LED. “My vision for the future is that Inspired LED will offer packaged solutions to optimise our customer’s investment in lighting. With the open API platform from Igor, we can mix and match products as needed to offer the right solutions for our customers’ needs.”
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