In the Internet of Things (IoT), sensors are the sensory organs of intelligent buildings. They collect the raw data that form the basis for the analysis and visualization of a smart building. This includes environmental parameters such as temperature, humidity or light, but also information on whether doors and windows are open or closed, as well as data on space utilization.
Until now, the crux of IoT projects in the building sector has often been how the sensors deliver the collected data to the cloud safely and cost-effectively. Aruba and EnOcean have solved this challenge together.
The wireless, self-powered EnOcean sensors send the raw data via an EnOcean USB stick to Aruba’s Wi-Fi Access Point, which forwards the data to the cloud. This enables companies to use their existing IT infrastructure to integrate IoT sensors into their network via Wi-Fi in compliance with all security standards thanks to Aruba.
The EnOcean IoT Connector is designed to deliver all necessary information for IoT applications provided by wireless sensors which are based on the EnOcean protocol. The deployment of the IoT Connector requires no additional hardware costs when an already existing infrastructure is used, for example Aruba Wi-Fi Access Points. All that is needed to send EnOcean IoT data is an EnOcean USB stick plugged into a Wi-Fi Access Point.
EnOcean offers a comprehensive product portfolio of maintenance-free and wireless sensors and switches. Select the radio frequency for your region:
The EnOcean Alliance opens up the world of more than 5,000 certified devices that communicate using the EnOcean radio standard.
Connect your building to the Internet of Things – securely and easily via the existing IT infrastructure. Thanks to the EnOcean Alliance you gain access to one of the largest networks in the field of intelligent buildings and space utilization.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have and support you with your individual IoT solution for smart spaces.
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