Gooee Enters Canada by Solidifying IoT Lighting Partnership with Stanpro Lighting Systems

Smart lighting start-up Gooee has extended its North American reach to Canada by partnering with Stanpro Lighting Systems, a lighting manufacturer for the Canadian market located in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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This partnership will enable Stanpro to integrate and further develop Gooee’s IoT-enabling technology within its lighting products.

Once connected to the Gooee ecosystem in mid to late 2018, Stanpro clients, which are in sectors that include offices, industries, shopping centres and retail outlets, will have a portfolio of internal/external lighting solutions that offer better value for money and increased functionality. This is realised through enhanced lighting control, energy management, LED analytics and, for proximity marketing in retail applications, beacon management.

Jeff Beare Vice President of Marketing at Stanpro says: “With the IoT platform designed by Gooee the possibilities of offering value services for our clients will be a huge differential for Stanpro and will position our company as a true leader in the Canadian lighting space.”

Jan Kemeling, Chief Commercial Officer at Gooee, adds: “We have now signed agreements with leading lighting brands in Europe, the US, Japan, India, China, Australia, and the Stanpro partnership marks a significant step into Canada.”

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