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lesswire presents new solution "Home Wave Control" at the embedded world
Intelligent gateway forms central radio interface in the intelligent home
The focus of lesswire is on the interoperability of different transmission formats and in the pooling of the transmissions in a single control system, for instance, for intelligent energy management, optimisation of heating costs, statement of consumption, building management or home automation. As a central gateway, the Home Wave Control solution combines diverse wireless standards such as WLAN, Bluetooth, Wireless M-Bus and 868 MHz and offers manufacturers of solutions from the field of Smart Energy or Home Automation a suitable interface in the building. The lesswire product is equipped with basic operational functions, for instance, for the statement of consumption. The open system also permits easy upgrades to include new applications and access to diverse devices - irrespective of the wireless standard that they use. lesswire developed the system for the control of the networked home in collaboration with other companies of the PRETTL Group: the companies REFUsol, Bernal and Kirsch.
The lesswire's trade fair presence also focuses on the embedded wireless solutions of the XBear series. With MBear, lesswire is showcasing at the trade fair a new module for combined communication via wireless M-bus and 868 MHz. With the Wi2U car hotspot, which was presented last year, lesswire also has a solution for wireless applications in the automotive industry in its portfolio.
"At the embedded world, we are presenting our vision of the networked home of the future. Here, it is about creating a data hub for wireless communication - irrespective of which transmission methods individual elements use," says Dr Ralph Meyfahrt, CEO of lesswire. "Home Wave Control forms the core of the networked home and centralises the external communication. Our Smart Energy solutions and products for wireless communication in cars complete the intelligent networking of the home."
More than 19,000 visitors from all over the world who are interested in embedded systems are expected at the trade fair. The event will be rounded off by the two parallel congresses "embedded world" and "electronic display".
Further information can be found at http://www.embedded-world.de/.
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