IoT Program Advances Built Environment Connectivity

Legrand launches ELIOT, is an IoT program that advances connectivity and intelligence in the built environment.

Legrand launches ELIOT, is an IoT program that advances connectivity and intelligence in the built environment.

Legrand North and Central America has launched ELIOT, an IoT program that advances connectivity and intelligence in the built environment and adds value in the use of connected products. Legrand is joined by partners Amazon Alexa, Samsung and Cisco in launching ELIOT, which offers a purpose-built cloud, gateways for installed legacy offerings, an array of connected new products, and solutions comprising connected technologies and services.

Engineered for the built environment with end users from the consumer domain and partners from the professional community in mind, Legrand’s ELIOT program advances both the technology and the IoT experience.

According to John Selldorff, chief executive officer of Legrand North and Central America, Legrand’s expertise in manufacturing products that are integrated with building infrastructures, coupled with its understanding of how electrical technologies are purchased, deployed and used, improves the built environment experience.

There are over 22 million Legrand connection points in existence. Annual sales of Legrand connected devices were over $350M in 2015, up 34 percent since 2014. Legrand is targeting double-digit average annual sales growth for connected products by 2020 and doubling the number of connected product families from 20 in 2014 to 40 in 2020. Legrand has a footprint in most North American homes and buildings that includes intelligent Power Distribution Units (PDU) and Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) systems from its Raritan, Middle Atlantic and Racklink brands, wireless networking from Legrand’s Luxul brand, Wattstopper residential and commercial lighting control systems, multi-room audio from Nuvo, and Intuity home automation.

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