Microsoft joins energy harvesting wireless tech alliance

May 24, 2019 //By Ally Winning
Microsoft joins energy harvesting wireless tech alliance
Microsoft is joining the EnOcean Alliance as a board and promoter member to further enhance smart building monitoring and control solutions.

The EnOcean Alliance has more than 400 members worldwide and offers a broad, proven ecosystem of 5.000 interoperable multi-vendor sensors and actuators. Using EnOcean based maintenance-free wireless sensors data can be provided in real time via an IoT gateway to an IoT cloud platform where the data is analyzed, whilst a dashboard visualizes the results.

Alliance members will now be free to use Microsoft’s Azure Digital Twins as an IoT platform to provide comprehensive models of the physical environment and its relationship with the interaction between people, places and devices. The first proof of concepts are currently in progress – and have been demonstrated at the ISH 2019 Expo in Frankfurt in March with partners Microsoft, Steelcase and T-Systems.

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