Deltavation Selects Gooee as Data Store & Analytics Platform

Following Gooee’s European launch at LuxLive 2017 in November 2017, the Internet of Things (IoT) platform provider and Deltavation announce a partnership that sees Gooee’s data store and analytics platform being integrated into Deltavation’s LED lamp-based linear, lighting, sensing and control systems.

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Deltavation provides the only PoE (Power over Ethernet), sensor enabled replacement solution to the more than 60 billion fluorescent lamps in operation today worldwide. Integrated with Gooee's data services, thousands of companies worldwide will be able to replace outdated fluorescent lighting with the most advanced lighting solutions, enabling footfall monitoring, energy management, human engagement and more.

This recent agreement adds to Gooee’s growing number of partners, which now totals more than 50 worldwide. Deltavation joined Gooee for its European Launch at the LuxLive event alongside Dell, Vodafone, Utilitywise, TUV Rheinland, Philips and others.

Deltavation’s patented linear LED lamps combine remarkable lighting performance with smart lighting features such as internal control node, wireless communication, sensor enabled, colour tuning, and direct-to-lamp PoE connectivity.

Mike May, Founder and CEO at Deltavation, says the company will integrate both its AC and PoE based lamps into the Gooee platform: “We see the powerful synergy that the Gooee ecosystem creates with our replaceable data harvesting lamps, offering a complete solution to the industry and our go-to-market partnerships. It’s a secure platform and one that aligns with our goals of providing cost-effective, future-proof, intelligent LED lighting with extensive services, such as equipment location, systems integration, wireless connectivity and people positioning, that both the lighting and property market have been waiting for.”

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A single IoT lighting solution for smart buildings, Gooee is the first to bring together lighting control, beacon networking and space analytics to provide application specific data for developers, building occupiers, property owners and managers. Scalable and interoperable, the Gooee ecosystem can be used across all sectors to significantly simplify lighting installation, transform human engagement in retail or office environments and reduce energy costs. Deltavation’s solution is perfectly suited to Gooee’s technology due to it being the only replacement of one of the oldest and most widely used forms of lighting within the retail, education, healthcare, commercial, industrial and horticultural applications.

Neil Salt, co-founder and Managing Director at Gooee, says it’s exciting to have Deltavation as a partner: “Deltavation’s fluorescent replacement linear type lighting is still the single largest form of lighting in use in the world today and Deltavation’s product is an ‘all-in-one’ smart retrofit solution that can accelerate technology adoption at scale,” he says. “The partnership is an example of working together to provide companies with an IoT data service, using Lighting-as-a-Host, that can transform our understanding of how we occupy building spaces, whilst delivering cost savings and revenue-generating insights.”

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