It will also enable its Wyse.ly suite of smart building products to interact with other manufacturers’ products
SALUS, which provides energy control solutions for buildings around the world, is using Ayla Networks’ Internet of Things (IoT) platform to connect its Wyse.ly suite of smart building products to the cloud.
Leveraging Ayla IoT connectivity, the Wyse.ly products -- including thermostats, smart plugs, and window and door sensors -- connect with one another through the SALUS Universal Gateway and can be controlled using a free iOS or Android mobile app.
Delivered as a cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS), Ayla’s IoT platform provides the flexibility and modularity to enable rapid changes to practically any type of device, cloud or app environment. Ayla Networks was named a 2015 Cool Vendor in the Internet of Things by Gartner.
“Using the Ayla IoT platform to connect our products to the cloud gives us the flexible connectivity and broad protocol support we need today, as well as the confidence that we can scale our products far into the future,” said Shen Owyang, general manager of SALUS North America. “It will also enable our Wyse.ly suite of smart building products to interact with other manufacturers’ products through the Ayla IoT cloud.”
SALUS plans to use the IoT data analytics capabilities enabled by the Ayla IoT platform to design and deliver value-added services that further enhance building safety, comfort and convenience.
“By offering a comprehensive and agile IoT platform, Ayla is making it easier for SALUS to expand from its primarily professional wholesale channels to the retail market,” said David Friedman, CEO and co-founder of Ayla Networks. “The Ayla IoT platform also supports the company’s different business models and specific product needs in its various global markets in Europe, North America and Asia.”
Ayla’s IoT platform provides comprehensive device, cloud and mobile app connectivity for any kind of product. The Ayla platform not only speeds manufacturers’ time to market for connected products, it also handles the intricacies of IoT security, performance, scalability and interoperability. As a result, manufacturers can focus on what they do best, while using the real-world knowledge gained from their connected products to improve multiple aspects of their business.
SALUS, which has has offices in Europe, United Kingdom and North America, has set itself the goal of becoming a market-leading supplier in the global market for innovative control technology. It is a member of Computime Group Ltd, Hong Kong, widely regarded for its electronic control technologies, research and design capabilities, and manufacturing services.
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