Digital Lumens Launches SiteWorx Cloud-based Platform for Lighting Control and Building Intelligence

BOSTON, MA --- Digital Lumens unveils SiteWorx, a cloud-based business intelligence platform designed to advance the smart building revolution. The launch of this new flagship product marks a major milestone in the company’s expansion beyond intelligent lighting into smart building and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications.

Building on the company’s success in intelligent connected lighting, SiteWorx amplifies the unique overhead perspective and capabilities of Digital Lumens’ existing network with a new suite of networked sensors and connected applications. As a result, customers can now easily create a customized, sensor-rich smart building that leverages the power of the IoT to maximize insight, control, and business performance.

The SiteWorx platform powers a suite of applications, each designed to solve a specific business problem for industrial and commercial end users. Each application is accompanied by advanced analytics and reporting functionalities that allow users to apply a wealth of data-based intelligence to benefit the organization’s bottom line. A sample of the applications includes:
• Sense: environmental monitoring solution that tracks temperature and humidity across a building or facility to ensure operational and regulatory requirements are met;
• Amp: energy management solution that monitors, measures, and controls non-lighting electrical loads for insight into operations and maximum efficiency; and
• Tune: advanced lighting control and management solution for maximizing energy savings with automated measurement and verification, while ensuring and maintaining employee safety and comfort.

The product, which is available now, was deployed, tested, and honed across several pilot sites in advance of the official launch, including Somerville-based Greentown Labs, the United States’ largest cleantech incubator.

As a simple, powerful, cloud-based solution, SiteWorx offers a nimble, lightweight architecture that’s quick to implement across myriad industrial and commercial environments. Its API makes the solution interoperable with other building management systems and devices, offering the flexibility required by today’s businesses.

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