In India the Eliot product offerings are – Residential: Arteor With Netatmo, My Home Up, Classe 300 IP Door Phones, Nuvo for Audio Systems; Hospitality: Neat for Integrated Assisted Living, Flex Commercial: Power Distribution Unit, Energy Distribution.
ELIOT, a combination of “electricity” and “IoT,” will work to transform built environments through a purpose-built cloud, with gateways for installed legacy offerings, an array of natively connected new products, and solutions comprising connected, intelligent technologies and services.
Legrand India through their IoT Eliot programmes aims is to deliver additional benefits for all private and professional users, whether they are end users or installers. The products are interconnected in such a manner that they are able to talk to each other and interact when the user wishes too.
The Eliot IoT programme is based on three cornerstones-
• Connected solutions,
• Interoperability and
• Sustainable digital and electrical infrastructure for buildings.
Legrand is joined by partners Amazon Echo, Samsung and Google Play, Renault, Marriott in launching ELIOT, which offers a purpose-built cloud, gateways for installed legacy offerings, an array of natively connected new products, and innovative solutions comprising connected, intelligent technologies and services.
Legrand offers triple focus of digital trust in IoT eliot programme i.e. advantage in using the brand relationship satisfaction, ensuring security where no one else can access your data and ensuring privacy where no one else except you can access your data.
On the launch of ELIOT programme, Mr. Jean Charles Thuard, CEO & Managing Director, Legrand India said, “India is at the cusp of technological advancements and it is the right time for IoT to become mainstream. Customer have evolved and millennials are already using app-based services. The success of IoT products require proximity to both the people who are the users of IoT devices and to the to the power and data connectivity that will enable those IoT devices and services. We at Legrand are trying to build an environment where various devices can seamlessly be connected devices get connect and combine it with analytics to improve the performance and interoperability of the devices. He further added, “Eliot is a great way to establish dialogues with these new-age modern products. We have made some great partnerships and I am sure our customers will enjoy the added benefits of our solutions under Eliot. Under Eliot, Legrand by 2017 has been able to successfully digitalise more than 30 out of 100 product families globally”.
Speaking on this occasion, Mr Sameer Saxena, Director, Marketing Legrand Group India said, “India has the ecosystem in place for connected devices. Internet penetration is at its peak, people have befriended technology as a part of their daily life and demand for voice-controlled device (Alexa, Google etc) is strong. Through our partnership modules we have a robust system ready for our interoperable offerings and we feel this will arm our customers with all around efficient solutions for building and living spaces.”
With its Eliot program, Legrand has decided to speed up the deployment of its connected offerings, to the benefit of both private and professional users. Professional applications currently account for 60% of the overall market of the Internet of Things. Globally ELIOT programme are present at France, Greece, Chile, Brazil, Colombia, Dubai, America and made its first-time entry in India region with its launch today in Hong Kong.