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Innovation took centre stage during the ELIOT launch at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney's The Rocks on Wednesday 5 July.
The ELIOT program is a global initiative by Legrand. It encompasses the brand’s ambition to drive product innovation through cloud-based connectivity and foster partner relationships within the IoT space.
The Legrand Internet of Things solutions were on full display with interactive stations and hands-on experiences for the gathered attendees from all sectors of the Legrand family, with the assembled crowd delighting at the possibilities that the future technology can afford.
Guests were invited to have a hands-on experience with several of Legrand’s ELIOT solutions:
· Classe 300 Wifi Door Entry System – The new connected video door entry system that allows the end-user to interact with the caller by voice or image. This can be managed locally or remotely via a tablet or smartphone.
· Smarther Thermostat – This is the newest innovation in temperature control. Working together with a Thermostat App, it is a device, allowing the end-user to adjust the temperature, anytime, anywhere.
· Arteor with Netatmo home controls – Arteor with Netatmo allows the end-user to operate traditional controls in the home such as lighting and shutters, and connect new devices when they wish.
· Novo IP Home Carephone – Novo is the new digital carephone from NEAT, a developer of Emergency Response Systems and a company of the Legrand Group. Bringing telecare a step forward with constant connectivity and real-time data communication, Novo brings a whole new sense of comfort and security for the home.
Watch some highlights of the night!
Legrand’s key vision is to bring together an all-encompassing electronic co-ordination channel between people, the Internet and everyday devices, creating a dynamic eco-system of ‘smart communication’.
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