Announcing a partnership with Leedarson, a leading global OEM / ODM contract manufacturer for lighting solutions.
The alliance will enable both companies to share knowledge and expertise in smart lighting technology and develop the smart hardware designed to be incorporated into the world’s first ‘full stack’ ecosystem to connect lighting brands to the IoT.
Jan Kemeling, Chief Commercial Officer at Gooee, says “Gooee and Leedarson are each bringing their unique strengths to this collaboration that will enable us to develop the quality components and products required for our designs. Our partnership enables us to share knowledge and expertise in both LED and IoT technology that will lead to mutually advantageous opportunities and reach our end goal to making commercial buildings and homes smarter, greener and more energy efficient.”
Our partnership enables us to share knowledge and expertise in both LED and IoT technology that will lead to mutually advantageous opportunities and reach our end goal to making commercial buildings and homes smarter, greener and more energy efficient.
Gooee, which is preparing to launch early 2017, provides a full suite of hardware and software components that lighting companies can both integrate into their own products as well as connect their lighting customers to the Gooee Cloud. Connecting to the Gooee Cloud gives them the ability to offer their customers competitive, cloud-based services – such as Lighting Control, Energy Management, LED Analytics and Beacon Management – across a multitude of vertical markets and through a scalable, service-oriented business model.
Leedarson’s expertise in smart hardware, R&D and manufacturing capacity, will provide various high quality products to assist Gooee in the development of its IoT lighting platform.
Eder Lee, General Manager at Leedarson says, “We are excited to be working alongside Gooee in the development of connected lighting, especially as this is an area in which we are specializing in terms of research and manufacturing. To rapidly advance and succeed in this new generation of communication, we are in agreement that working together and sharing knowledge & skills is essential.”