February 01, 2015 6:57 PM ET

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Company Overview of Enlighted, Inc.

Company Overview

Enlighted, Inc. provides intelligent lighting control systems to commercial buildings, office workspaces, and garages. The company offers Enlighted Intelligent Lighting Control System that comprises Enlighted Sensor that is connected to fixtures in the building to process and analyze real-time conditions, and control the light accordingly; Enlighted Gateway that is communicated by Enlighted Sensors via wireless technology; and Enlighted Energy Manager, a data repository that helps to commission, monitor, and provision the Enlighted series of products. It serves facilities managers at corporations and development companies managing large commercial retrofits; and Fortune 1000 and Fortune 500 ...

930 Benecia Avenue

Sunnyvale, CA 94085

United States

Founded in 2009





Key Executives for Enlighted, Inc.

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Age: 60
Co-Founder and Vice President of Customer Solutions
Chief Financial Officer
Senior Vice President of Products and Technology
Age: 58
Vice President of Business Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Enlighted, Inc. Key Developments

Enlighted, Inc. with Philips Xitanium SR LED Drivers Launch New Era in Workplace Lighting

Enlighted, Inc. announced it will deliver a new fixture-integrated, digital, multi-function wireless sensor unit that, when connected to the Philips Advance Xitanium SR LED driver, enables any lighting manufacturer to deliver simpler, fully connected fixtures. Enlighted's sensor unit provides full digital passive infrared, light level, and temperature sensing combined with a distributed intelligence control's architecture and wireless communication. When the sensor unit is integrated into an LED fixture driven by the Philips Advance Xitanium SR LED driver the driver provides DC power as well as energy reporting data directly to the sensor unit. This eliminates the need for extra relays and control devices thereby reducing the cost and complexity of creating an intelligent and addressable (connected) fixture. By using a wireless network to collect data from Enlighted's sensor network, the cost and complexity of a networked lighting control system is further reduced by eliminating wired connections to central panels, DALI buses and DALI power packs which are required in traditional systems. Through the natural match between Enlighted's new fixture integrated wireless sensor and Philips Advance Xitanium SR, every fixture manufacturer can create cost-effective and easy to use solutions that will help deliver exponential savings and new and evolving capabilities such as controlling energy, maximizing workplace comfort and increasing productivity across a platform of buildings. The Enlighted /Philips combination creates a new foundation for connected light.

Enlighted Appoints Joe Costello Chairman and CEO

Enlighted announced that it has appointed former Cadence CEO, Joe Costello, as its chairman and CEO. Costello was the CEO of Cadence Design Systems from its inception. Costello has also served on the board of directors of dozens of companies, including Oracle, Macromedia, Clarify and Mercury Interactive.

Enlighted, Inc. Introduces Two New Wireless Sensor Products for Optimizing Work Environments and Energy Efficiency

Enlighted, Inc. announced that it has added two new wireless sensor products- a ruggedized sensor and a compact sensor to its sensor and data collection platform, designed for optimizing energy efficiency and workplace productivity. The Enlighted System is the simplest and most advanced way to manage a building's physical environment and optimize workspaces for the task at hand. Together, Enlighted Smart Sensors and Energy Manager automate, analyze, control, and report environmental data to drive energy efficiency, and more importantly, workplace productivity. The Enlighted System is already deployed across many millions of square feet of office space on campuses of some of the most innovative companies on the planet. The Enlighted Ruggedized Sensor is used in outdoor applications, parking structures, damp and wet locations and other areas that require an IP65 rated sensor. The Enlighted Compact Sensor's small form factor and flush mount design enables the sensor to blend into its surroundings. All Enlighted Sensors connect to each light fixture in the building or outdoor areas whether fixtures are fluorescent, LED, or other types where they collect occupancy, ambient light, temperature, and energy consumption data. Once configured, each sensor operates on its own without requiring centralized control. Based on the stored profiles, Enlighted Smart Sensors control each light fixture accordingly. Data from each sensor is transmitted wirelessly to the Enlighted networked management system for deeper analysis and reporting.

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