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Daintree Networks (GE Current) (General Electric)

United States
2003
Private
< $10m
51 - 200
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Daintree Networks is a trusted and leading provider of smart building control and operation solutions, the core application for the Enterprise Internet of Things. Daintree’s ControlScope is an open standards-driven control, monitoring, and optimization solution for facility, operations, energy, and sustainability professionals. Using advanced wireless Mesh Networking and software, ControlScope delivers up to 70 percent energy savings, operational efficiencies and up-time as well as occupant comfort, while providing actionable decision-support information through Big Data analytics. Leveraging Daintree’s Enterprise Internet of Things, or E-IoT approach, the solution utilizes sensors to also monitor other conditions, such as air quality, humidity, building security and more that comprise the networked ecosystem of an organization.

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Daintree Networks (GE Current) is a provider of Industrial IoT functional applications, sensors, and automation and control technologies, and also active in the buildings, education, electronics, healthcare and hospitals, retail, and telecommunications industries.
Technologies
Sensors
Optical Sensors
Functional Applications
Remote Monitoring & Control Systems
Automation & Control
Electric Drives & Control
Use Cases
Building Energy Management
Mesh Networks
Process Control & Optimization
Smart Lighting
Functions
Facility Management
Industries
Buildings
Education
Electronics
Healthcare & Hospitals
Retail
Telecommunications
Daintree Networks (GE Current) (General Electric)’s Technology Stack maps Daintree Networks (GE Current) (General Electric)’s participation in the functional applications, sensors, and automation and control IoT technology stack.
  • Application Layer
  • Functional Applications
  • Cloud Layer
  • Platform as a Service
    Infrastructure as a Service
  • Edge Layer
  • Automation & Control
    Processors & Edge Intelligence
    Actuators
    Sensors
  • Devices Layer
  • Robots
    Drones
    Wearables
  • Supporting
    Technologies
  • Analytics & Modeling
    Application Infrastructure & Middleware
    Cybersecurity & Privacy
    Networks & Connectivity
Technological Capability
None
Minor
Moderate
Strong
Number of Case Studies3
Large Telecom Provider Invests in Wireless Controls to Optimize Lighting Energy Management for Multi-Facility Operations
Large Telecom Provider Invests in Wireless Controls to Optimize Lighting Energy Management for Multi-Facility Operations
As energy and operational efficiencies became critical to business operations, the telecom giant could no longer rely on its existing system to draw opportunities for energy savings and operational efficiency. The old system was limited to time-clock control, and had no intelligence on occupancy or building behavior. It was time to change the defunct lighting contactor based control system in both facilities
Improving Energy Efficiency at UC Santa Cruz
Improving Energy Efficiency at UC Santa Cruz
The UC Santa Cruz campus building were costly to keep illuminated at current levels. Daintree Networks attempted to reduce costs by retrofitting the entire campus building, and address limitations in the existing infrastructure. For example, as part of the retrofit, the team also considered the illumination levels and found that the levels were significantly higher than industry recommendations, a situation all too common in campus buildings.
Mack Technologies Achieves Wireless Control With LED Light
Mack Technologies Achieves Wireless Control With LED Light
Mack Technologies had been researching more efficient lighting to meet aggressive operational cost reduction goals, but concerns about the initial cost of replacing several thousand fluorescent bulbs made the manufacturer cautious about conversion. Mack Technologies also wanted to be a leader in corporate social responsibility. To do that, the company needed to significantly reduce its energy consumption and enhance employee working conditions while minimizing the cost of investment.
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