As humans increasingly move to cities, the race to build so-called smart cities is on. This means making facilities and city infrastructures more energy efficient and sustainable.
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Ben Franklin Technology Partners’ TechVentures2 facility uses Lutron lighting control systems to slash energy consumption. Automated shades with Hyperion solar-adaptive software and AMX helped to create an award winning, LEED certified facility.
Dermatology, Laser & Vein Specialists of the Carolinas uses digital signage, video and music to educate patients and answer their questions, freeing up both their and the medical staff’s time, leading to higher productivity.
Amid 820 exhibitors, these stunning products are among the most impressive solutions displayed at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2012 in Amsterdam.
The Syracuse, N.Y.-based school will add digital signage, touchscreens, and more.