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Company Overview of Daintree Networks, Inc.
Daintree Networks, Inc. provides an integrated wireless energy control and management solution for commercial and industrial facilities. Its energy management system (EMS) consists a suite of software and hardware components, including Wireless Area Controller (WAC), an embedded networked device that manages the wireless communications, as well as delivers intelligent local control for switches, sensors, ballasts/drivers, thermostats, and other end-points in an area; ControlScope Manager, which delivers a Web-based graphical interface for energy management, building control, and system configuration from any location; System Controller, an on-premise or in the cloud solution that provides co...
5150 El Camino Real
Los Altos, CA 94022
Founded in 2003
Key Executives for Daintree Networks, Inc.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Vice President of Operations and Finance
Vice President of Engineering and Technology
Vice President of Strategic Accounts and Business Development
Vice President of Marketing and Channels
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Daintree Networks, Inc. Key Developments
Daintree Networks and LG Innotek Team Up to Create Embedded Wireless Drivers Enabling Lighting Control of Led Fixtures
Mar 24 15
Daintree Networks and LG Innotek announced they have collaborated to create a line of LED lighting drivers with embedded wireless communication capability. By making these drivers available to fixture manufacturers to integrate into their LED troffers and retrofit kits, the companies are broadening access to cost-effective, out-of-the-box solutions for commercial facility builders, owners, and managers installing or upgrading to more energy-efficient controlled overhead lighting. With embedded wireless LED drivers, customers can eliminate the cost and installation challenges associated with multi-box wireless implementations that require a separate wireless adapter plus an LED driver for advanced wireless control. The new LG Innotek driver can be used by lighting fixture manufacturers for 2x2 and 2x4 LED troffers and retrofit kits. These fixtures and kits will interact seamlessly with Daintree Networks ControlScope networked wireless control solution. The combination is expected to result in significant savings for users, both in up-front costs and in energy efficiency installation.
Daintree Networks, Inc. and LG Electronics USA Join Forces to Reduce the Overhead of Wireless LED Lighting Control
Mar 26 14
Daintree Networks, Inc. and LG Electronics USA announced they have teamed to create a fully integrated LED lighting solution with wireless control for commercial settings. Together, the companies have worked to embed wireless communication capability directly into LED drivers used in LG LED lighting fixtures, enabling seamless interaction with Daintree's ControlScope networked wireless control solution. Initial LG products with wireless drivers include LED troffer fixtures and retrofit kits. The resulting joint solution is expected to yield significant savings for users, both in up-front costs and in energy efficiency following installation, benefiting also from the market-leading efficacy of LG LED troffers. Using wireless LED drivers eliminates both the expense and installation challenges associated with using a separate wireless adapter, which was required for granular wireless control of overhead troffers in commercial and industrial buildings. Daintree estimates that, with the LG-Daintree solution, companies can expect to save up to 85% per fixture in equipment and labor for installing wireless communication and improve energy efficiency by up to 90%.
Daintree Networks, Inc. and Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. Collaborate to Provide Open-Standard ZigBee(R) Wireless Capability Integrated into Smart Lighting Products
Apr 15 13
Daintree Networks, Inc. and Marvell Semiconductor, Inc. announced their collaboration to provide open-standard ZigBee(R) wireless capability integrated into smart lighting products. The joint effort is focused initially on using Marvell semiconductor products to enable integrated wireless LED drivers that allow LED fixtures to interoperate with Daintree's open-standard ControlScope(TM) solution. Orama is the first company implementing this capability into its driver product line. Fixture manufacturers using integrated open-standard wireless LED drivers will gain access to expanding revenue opportunities in commercial and industrial wireless lighting. By implementing integrated wireless LED drivers, fixture manufacturers eliminate the need for a separate wireless adapter commonly used in today's deployments of commercial wireless lighting control. Installation is also easier with integrated wireless drivers. Drivers are pre-installed during factory fixture assembly, eliminating more expensive field assembly often required when connecting separate wireless adapters to standard drivers. Integration dramatically reduces total equipment, installation and commissioning project costs by $75 to $100 per fixture, enabling rapid market adoption of wireless control solutions by building owners and operators. Unlike existing analog control, integrated digital wireless control allows users to experience the full potential of LED lighting and energy management. This includes the ability to add advanced LED control features such as tunable white color control and granular device-level power and performance monitoring.
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