US software company Charismac has applied its adaptive control technology to a new lighting application, in a bid to tap into the growing Internet of Things (IoT) market.
LightValet is self-learning and can programme itself based on day-to-day actions to autofill in timers and other critical energy-saving data, Charismac claims.
The software works on any type of light fixture and runs on an Ethernet connection and can be accessed by mobile devices.
Wyler Furgeson, president and CEO at Charismac, said: “As the storage software sector of the computer industry continues to consolidate, we began looking at interesting growth areas where our expertise and skill set could have a positive global impact.
“The dimmable lighting and energy-savings sector was the absolute perfect choice for us.”
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