Crosstalk with Select Telecom (Spring 2015)

Building owners and managers today face a complex web of challenges.  From rising energy and space costs to supporting high-performance data, advancing technology requires a plan, and finding efficiencies depends on a deep understanding of where your resources are going.

How much would you save if you could go from operating 50, 100, or 1000 lights every day, to running just a handful of units that would power dozens of lights each?  What if your lights were intelligent enough to turn off in unused spaces, or dim when natural light is strong?  How much could you optimize the use of conference rooms and shared spaces if you knew when and how they were being utilized?

Select Telecom is excited to offer a new suite of products that will make these dreams a reality for our customers, enabling you to utilize your space, energy, and money more effectively: LED lighting powered by the Redwood intelligent lighting network solution!

The Redwood solution is comprised of a network of sensors that track motion, temperature, and light, coupled with low voltage LED lights and a smart software management platform, facilitating:

  1. Increased energy efficiency and reduced costs – Low voltage LED lights and automated controls for scheduling, dimming, and timeouts allow you to reduce electrical overhead and cut maintenance and replacement expenses.
  2. Optimized space – Redwood’s motion sensors collect room occupancy and traffic route data, which the software analyzes to suggest optimal floor plans and dynamic conference room management.
  3. Integrated systems – Redwood’s open-API web-based management software integrates with other building systems, including data, HVAC, security, and more, empowering you with all the information needed to manage your building effectively right in one place.

If you’re interested in learning more about the Redwood intelligent lighting solution, please register for our FREE upcoming Lunch & Learn at our Valhalla showroom!  (Date/time to be announced.)