Redwood Systems has jumped on the apps bandwagon by opening up its platform to its customers to develop novel applications.
The lighting networks company joins a growing movement in energy efficiency and smart grid to open up streams of data to applications. There seems to be a new clean energy hackathon nearly every month in the U.S., and even the government has gotten on board by sponsoring a recent apps contest that leverages Green Button data.
Redwood Systems is primarily known as a lighting network company, but many of the applications that have already been developed by Redwood’s customers leverage occupancy sensor data.
“We believe occupancy is an untapped area that has huge potential benefits for corporations,” said Sam Klepper, chief marketing officer of Redwood Systems. “We think that’s the biggest, most immediate opportunity… Read more