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Visit us at Strategies in Light 2016 (March 1-3, Santa Clara) at booth #818. We show the possibilities of self-powered wireless LED, including daylight harvesting and task tuning
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EnOcean-based self-powered switches and sensors can be installed in less than ten minutes. So what to do with the saved 3 hours and 20 minutes? Get inspired #EnergyHarvesting #3h20m
What is EnOcean? EnOcean uses self-harvesting technology, which means it uses the surrounding mechanical, solar or thermal energy to create its own energy. EnOcean doesn’t require any wires, or batteries. See our products. No wires. No batteries. No worries. Because there are no wires to ...
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Season Greetings – we are looking forward to an exciting energy harvesting year 2016. First meeting point in the new year: CES 2016, Sands, EnOcean booth #70329
www.enocean.com/en/about-us/events/enocean-at-ces-2016/
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Harvesting power for the #IoT: our CTO explains in the #EnOceanBlog the three energy sources for powering sensors
For centuries, people have been looking for ways to store electrical energy so that it can be used later on. While batteries offer a way to do this, they also have many weaknesses. Energy harvesting, on the other hand, uses sources of energy that are available in the immediate surroundings, ...
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Intelligent Building expert becomes new President of EnOcean Inc.

Neil Cannon joins the world leader in energy harvesting wireless technology as President of EnOcean Inc.

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We are a technology partner of element14; together with IBM, they realized two self-powered #IoT starter kits
Entrepreneur and Enterprise editions provide out-of-the-box Pi-based solutions for both makers and industrial applications
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What does it mean to bring 2.4 GHz into the world of energy harvesting? Read the latest post in the #EnOceanBlog
February 2016; 15 Views; Like; Leave a comment. Businessman hold puzzles to assembly. It was news that gained high attention in the market: the EnOcean Alliance and the ZigBee Alliance now cooperate for EnOcean energy harvesting wireless solutions at 2.4 GHz. It also poses a question: ...
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CESTV interviewed our CEO Wald Siskens on EnOcean energy harvesting as one of the Smart Home Highlights at CES 2016
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Some impressions of the first #EnOcean boutique – recently opened in France
Recently, the first Design On concept store opened in the center of Belfort, France. The shop is focused on Ambient Assisted Living and technical help systems for elderly people based on EnOcean energy harvesting wireless technology. A highlight of the opening was the launch of an easy to ...
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We collaborate with AAEON to bring self-powered applications to the new credit card size computer board UP for professional makers – for a quick product development in the #IoT 
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Introduction

EnOcean GmbH is the developer of the patented energy harvesting wireless technology marketed under the Dolphin brand. Headquartered in Oberhaching, near Munich, the company produces and markets self-powered wireless sensor solutions for batteryless applications in the Internet of Things, which are used for building and industrial automation, smart homes and LED light control. The EnOcean products are based on miniaturized energy converters, ultra-low power electronics and robust radio technology in open standards. Leading product manufacturers have been relying on EnOcean wireless modules for their system solutions for the past 15 years and have installed the products in several hundreds of thousands of buildings around the world.

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