Digital electricity control is 'second electrical revolution' - paper

August 24, 2020 //By Rich Pell
Digital electricity control is 'second electrical revolution' - paper
A white paper from digital electricity control technologies developer Amber Solutions explores the many market opportunities created by solid-state electrification - the digital control of electricity.

The company, which offers modern, hyper-intelligent electrical architecture, says its technology offers to upgrade power management from 1950's-era electromechanical solutions by embedding digital control of electricity in solid-state architecture in every device, appliance, power cord, and electrical end point in buildings. In March, the company introduced its newly-patented Amber AC/DC Enabler digital power management and control system and Amber AC Switch.

"Thomas Edison would be proud of what we have achieved," says Thar Casey, Amber Solutions Founder, President and CEO. "And the publication of this white paper is the logical and necessary next step in educating the world on the future opportunities our breakthrough creates for, manufacturing partners, electrical designers, interested media and others."

"Through commercial implementation of our technologies within the existing building electrical grid, we can uniquely embed modern intelligence and enhanced sensing functionality into every wall, throughout the whole building," says Casey. "Amber, its partners, and even a couple of its competitors will tap the tremendous opportunity to upgrade every electrical end point in buildings globally to solid-state architecture."

The white paper details a business and market overview of the accelerating trend of solid-state electrical infrastructure in buildings. It explores the implications of the breakthroughs for increased safety and reliability within electrical infrastructure, widespread and endpoint-specific energy monitoring, and greatly expanded Internet of Things (IoT) integration - all this functionality arising from the ability to install solid-state solutions built in the existing walls of buildings.

The white paper, says the company, provides a historical view of the development of the company's current electrical infrastructure and the increasingly sophisticated intelligence embedded within it. It describes gaps in strategic market sectors, as well as problems with today's electrical infrastructure that include fire hazards and slow adoption of innovative features and products that improve safety or provide enhanced IoT functionality.

Rob Halligan, Amber Chief Marketing Officer says, "Through examination of the advantages solid-state semiconductor implementations offer versus legacy electromechanical architecture,


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