Schneider Electric’s Connectivity Ecosystem Offers Integrated Comfort Management

Published 17 July 2018 by Ibrahim Yate

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Executive Summary

In 2018, Schneider Electric, Danfoss and Somfy announced that they are partnering to create a Connectivity Ecosystem. This partnership will promote each partners’ IoT solutions and seamless control of all three firms’ equipment and controllers in residential and luxury hotel buildings. This report evaluates the value propositions of this partnership, and how it enables meaningful occupant interaction with building systems – a key market trend over the next three years according to the Verdantix corporate real estate global survey.

Table of contents

Schneider Electric’s Connectivity Ecosystem Offers Integrated Comfort Management
Schneider Electric, Danfoss And Somfy Align Connectivity Strategies For Comprehensive Control Of Heating, Lighting And Shutter Blinds
The Connectivity Ecosystem Offers Households And Luxury Hotels Seamless Comfort Management
The Recent Growth Of Smart Devices Will Buoy The Connectivity Ecosystem’s Commercial Prospects

Table of figures

Figure 1. Real Estate Executive Attitudes Toward How Users Interact With Their Building
Figure 2.
Real Estate Executive Attitudes Toward How Users Interact With Their Building By Industry

Organisations mentioned

Amazon, Apple, AT&T, Danfoss, EY, Google, Harman, Hilton, Honeywell, McKinsey, O2, Panasonic, Philips Lighting, Samsung, Schneider Electric, Signify, Somfy, Sonos, Telefónica, Velux, Zigbee.

About the author

Ibrahim Yate

Analyst

Ibrahim is an Analyst in the Real Estate, Energy and Facilities Optimization Practice. His current agenda covers innovation in software and hardware solutions for space management, workplace management, lighting and other building operations. Ibrahim joined Verdantix in 2016, and previously worked at OVO Energy and the Energy Saving Trust. Ibrahim holds an MSc from Imperial College London and MA from Cambridge University.

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