August 27, 2016 8:50 PM ET

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Company Overview of Daintree Networks, Inc.

Company Overview

Daintree Networks, Inc. develops open networked wireless products and software solutions for lighting and control, monitoring, and optimization of commercial buildings and industrial facilities. The company offers ControlScope, an integrated wireless energy management solution for smart building control, sensing, and enterprise Internet of Things applications (IoT) to taking control over building energy use. Its products and solutions include wireless HVAC control, a wireless commercial programmable thermostat that is connected to single or multistage conventional or heat pump HVAC system providing automatic temperature control; wireless lighting control, which provides intelligence and cent...

5150 El Camino Real

Suite E-20

Los Altos, CA 94022

United States

Founded in 2003

Phone:

650-965-3454

Fax:

650-965-2579

Key Executives for Daintree Networks, Inc.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 57
Vice President of Operations and Finance
Age: 39
Vice President of Strategic Accounts and Business Development
Chief Technology Officer
Vice President of Engineering and Technology
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Daintree Networks, Inc. Key Developments

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Daintree Networks Collaborate on Joint Solutions Involving Samsung's Smart Lighting Module

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and Daintree Networks collaborated on joint solutions involving Samsung's smart lighting module (SLM). Samsung's SLM, which will be integrated with LED luminaires from lighting OEMs, enables greater intelligence through device-level processing, as well as enhanced connectivity through multiple embedded communications technologies, including the open standard ZigBee® protocol. Combining Samsung's SLM technology with the Daintree Networks ControlScope® networked wireless control solution makes new Internet of Things (IoT) applications possible for smart buildings.

Daintree Networks Announces Management Changes

Daintree Networks announced that its Board of Directors has appointed Derek Proudian as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Board of Directors, effective immediately. Proudian is an industry IT veteran who has been tracking the Internet revolution since his first job working at SRI on the ARPAnet, while a computer science student at Stanford University in 1980. Derek brings a wealth of experience in various areas of technology, including IP switches, artificial intelligence, hardware, big data, internet services, mobile data, and optical components. Derek has held CEO roles at five venture-capital backed companies, including Zip2. Danny Yu, who served as CEO of the company for the last 5 plus years, will remain with the company and become President of the company's Operational Technologies (OT) business.

Daintree Networks Introduces WHS100 Wireless Sensor for Industrial and Outdoor Lighting

Daintree Networks introduced its WHS100 Wireless Sensor. It provides integrated wireless connectivity and an embedded motion control sensor in one package and operates with the Daintree ControlScope wireless building control solution. Daintree Networks' WHS100 Wireless Sensor is an extremely versatile solution for a wide range of fixture types, including high-bay, mid-bay, and low-bay luminaires for industrial and warehouse facilities. With a wide operating temperature range and wet location rating, the WHS100 is well-suited for manufacturing environments, as well as parking and outdoor area lighting applications. Integration of sensing with wireless connectivity provides a one-box solution that reduces the cost, while the design of the sensor allows for easy installation into the fixture and optimal wireless RF performance. By adding the capability of the WHS100 Wireless Sensor to its product portfolio, Daintree Networks continues to build on its wireless control solution for lighting and multiple applications beyond lighting, such as thermostats, fans, plug loads, and more. Using open standards ZigBee PRO wireless communications, the WHS100 operates seamlessly with other standard ZigBee PRO wireless products in the Daintree ControlScope ecosystem to provide advanced lighting control, such as smart scheduling, daylight harvesting, task tuning and more, in addition to occupancy-based control. With built-in metering, the WHS100 can monitor and measure the energy consumption of the lighting load being controlled, and also enable automatic fault detection.

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