Designed to Change Everything

Enlighted apps for HVAC and space optimization help you harness your surroundings. With Enlighted’s two easy-to-use apps, Aire and Space, the efficiency of your business is now at your fingertips.

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Enlighted Advanced Sensors are connected to each light fixture in the building and collect occupancy, ambient light, temperature and energy consumption data.


The Enlighted Gateway aggregates data from individual Smart Sensors and sends it to the Energy Manager for analysis.

Energy Manager

The Energy Manager provides a secure interface to adjust settings, monitor and analyze energy savings and other data collected by the sensor network.

Real-time Data

Enlighted translates data from the sensor network into detailed energy, temperature, and occupancy insights around the clock.

An Enlighted Perspective on the IoT Landscape

The VERGE 2015 Interconnect conference motto is, “Accelerating sustainability solutions in an interconnected world,” with the event's seven program tracks focusing on “transformative but practical, scalable solutions.” Enlighted CEO Joe Co

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Beyond the Switch

Enlighted launched the Lumina Project to advance the role of lighting in transforming our buildings into intelligent, high-performing and healthy ecosystems.

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How The Internet Of Things Is Changing Work

Here’s how technologists think the world of IoT will change the workplace—and how it’s already changing...

FastCompany | November 3, 2015
IOT’s Biggest Impact? Business Models

TECHnalysis Research Blogs | November 3, 2015

Enlighted, Lucid bring smart sensors to building management

Fortune | November 2, 2015

IoT News Roundup: Enlighted Announces New Apps, Partners

Enlighted, a Sunnyvale, Calif.-based provider of lighting- and energy-management systems, announced this w...

IoT Journal | October 30, 2015

Enlighted Expands Reach With New Apps

The new offerings expand Enlighted’s comprehensive IoT platform, which allows organizations to gather insig...

Facility Executive | October 2015