WEST HARTFORD, CONN., November 17, 2016 – Legrand North America, the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, recently concluded its Energy Marathon 2.0, a company-wide, internal competition designed to save energy through ready-to-implement technology and process changes, and to reshape energy usage behaviors. This year's Energy Marathon saw increased employee participation and innovation, and yielded excellent results as well as setting the foundation for continued energy reduction best practices for years to come.
WEST HARTFORD, CONN., November 16, 2016 — In an effort to promote proactive recycling and waste reduction practices within workplace environments, Legrand North America, the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, has released their Trash Madness toolkit, a document that shares the methodology they used during “Trash Madness;” a company-wide, employee competition ran in 2015, that helped Legrand promote their recycling and waste reduction program throughout several of their U.S locations. The document is available on their website, and can be downloaded by other organizations who are looking to establish a standardized approach to waste management.
Components Work Day and Night to Provide Homeowners Enhanced Remote Surveillance Via Pictures and Live Video Feeds
MIDDLETOWN, Pa., November 15, 2016 – Legrand, the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures, expands its IP-based security camera solution with the On-Q IP Dome Camera (CM7020), enclosure-mounted Network Video Recorder (NVR; CM7120) and app that provide 24-7 surveillance for the home.
San Jose, CA, November 15, 2016 – Legrand, North America announced today major updates to the Wattstopper LMCS configuration software and Wattstopper Segment Manager Network software that extend the power of the Digital Lighting Management (DLM) control platform.
NEW YORK, NY, November 10, 2016 —In a move to bring greater intelligence and connectivity to the Built Environment, Legrand today announced it will be testing Network Presence Sensing (NPS) technology with Legrand switches. NPS technology monitors RF signal strength between switches, lights, and other IoT Devices and detects the interference created when people or animals are present in the wireless network. Such technology can grow over the product life cycle through over-the-air updates since NPS uses the wireless communications already built into Legrand RF devices. The resulting analytics can determine presence, motion, direction and speed, and when deployed with other IoT devices in the home could provide safer, more efficient, more intelligent homes and workplaces.