Senior Vice President Demand Creation, Legrand North and Central America
Facilitating the emergence of connected commercial buildings
Commercial buildings are experiencing a digital revolution of their own: new connected systems improve the user experience while allowing operators to optimize management of all functions and utilities. All this at a time when users are demanding an increasingly seamless experience from home to transport to work. Designed with both operators and occupants in mind, Eliot’s commercial offer addresses these issues with solutions that are scalable, interoperable and easy to implement and maintain. In the commercial sector, the Internet of Things gives buildings a whole new dimension—as service platforms—by putting the focus on users.
“Hotels, offices, shopping centers, hospitals, and more—here too, connected devices improve the user experience by facilitating control of buildings and providing greater comfort.”
“Guest Room Management”: the hotel room of the future
“Guest Room Management” is a comprehensive solution for managing hotel rooms. Under a partnership with Samsung and Legrand, the Marriott hotel group is introducing connected devices into the hospitality industry to give its customers a unique experience. Legrand solutions can be seamlessly integrated into the SmartThings platform—Samsung’s cloud. For Marriott, it’s a way to take its hotels and guests into the future, where experience is the heart of hospitality.
Digital Lighting Management: an open, integrated lighting management platform
Legrand’s Digital Lighting Management (DLM) offer is designed for commercial buildings in the United States. Scalable and easy to install, this system optimizes the building’s energy performance and enhances its occupants’ well-being.
With Lumenetix, Legrand also allows users to play with light intensity and adjust the white color “temperature” via controllers that are integrated into Pinnacle equipment (a Group brand).