At Silvair®, we're on a mission to combat global warming through innovative technology solutions. Our wireless lighting control systems help businesses and institutions reduce their energy consumption and improve the efficiency of their buildings.
But we don't just stop at energy savings. Our advanced tools empower our partners to make informed decisions about their energy use, and take meaningful actions to reduce their carbon footprint.
Together, we can make a real difference in the fight against climate change. Join us in the effort to create a brighter, more sustainable future for all.
A powerful set of tools for commissioning and managing wireless lighting control systems
Energy monitoring dashboards and APIs for detailed insight into how energy is being used and possibly wasted
ELT regulatory compliance with minimum hardware requirements and a fully automated testing process
We provide reliable lighting control solutions based on the global Bluetooth mesh standard. These include lighting control firmware for lighting components. As well as intuitive tools for commissioning and managing wireless lighting control systems.
We also develop data-driven connected lighting services that can be delivered via Bluetooth mesh lighting networks. Leveraging the abundance of data, we allow building owners and facility managers to get a clear picture of how their lighting systems work and how they can make their buildings more efficient.
Whether you are a component manufacturer, a facility manager, or an energy service company, you can easily deploy our products to strengthen your competitive advantage and create new revenue streams. Our robust wireless technology is used across the globe, enabling our partners to transform the existing building stock with minimum disruption, fast ROI, and IoT opportunities ahead.
Silvair welcomes Bluetooth® NLC as an important milestone in the development of a global and interoperable standard for wireless lighting control. Interoperability has always been our goal, and we have always emphasized that it’s the only way towards mass adoption. Bluetooth NLC is the last missing link required to achieve that goal. Believing it will unlock the full potential of Bluetooth Mesh in lighting applications, we are committed to supporting the new standard in our products.
LSI’s client — one of the large petroleum chains — decided to test the AirLink Blue solution at several newly acquired sites that required lighting retrofits. The customer was looking for an easy-to-install, reliable, low-cost wireless control system capable of meeting energy code requirements
The project itself consisted of 3,685 Bluetooth mesh McWong TruBlu lighting controllers (installed in fixtures). Utilizing the TruBlu web app, EMC designed the project with 43 areas and 708 zones.