DesignLights Consortium® Awards Igor a Place on its Qualified Product List for Nexos, an IoT Smart Building Platform with Integrated Advanced Lighting Controls
February 5, 2019
DES MOINES, IA - February 5th, 2019 - The DesignLights Consortium (DLC), a non-profit organization dedicated to collaborating with utilities on energy efficiency programs such as rebates, awarded Igor the distinction of being qualified by the DLC and listed on its Qualified Products List (QPL). This allows those who install Igor’s Nexos, a Power-over-Ethernet based IoT Smart Building Platform with advanced lighting controls, to be eligible for utility rebates nationwide.
The DLC is highly regarded by the utilities and energy sector for its expertise and innovation. Continuing with its tradition of innovation, the DLC began to accept applications for qualification from PoE-based lighting control systems within the past year. As a result, Igor worked with the DLC extensively to meet or exceed every required component to achieve qualification. Experts from the DLC interviewed Igor’s customers, conducted product demos, reviewed all of Igor’s extensive product documentation on Nexos and its lighting controls technology, analyzed Igor’s case studies, and conducted its own product reviews to verify Igor’s claims.
Achieving qualification with the DLC is a significant step - both for Igor’s customers who are eligible for rebates on their Power-over-Ethernet platform, and for Igor as this continues to be objective 3rd party validation on the high quality of Nexos and its technology.
“This is a very qualified and respected non-profit organization that has recognized the robust engineering that has gone into Igor’s IoT Smart Building Platform,” said Steve L’Heureux, CEO of Igor, “and to receive qualification from the DLC is something we are very proud of - it’s also exciting to know that our customers and partners will realize an enhanced ROI from the extra engineering effort we’ve invested in our solutions.”
This qualification has immediate benefits to those interested in using a PoE Interested in their facilities by allowing Igor’s technology to be a qualified product with local utilities. To learn more about installing Igor’s PoE IoT platform, Nexos, interested parties may contact:
- Igor, Inc. at its website www.igor-tech.com or by emailing email@example.com
- The DLC for more information on their Networked LIghting Controls (NLC) Program
- Their local utility provider on LED lighting and controls rebate programs
Very few companies have achieved DLC qualification for their PoE-based lighting and building controls systems, and even fewer are able to list their emergency lighting and cybersecurity qualifications. This puts Igor in a market-leading position with Nexos.
Contact Igor for more information.
About Igor, Inc.
With a global market increasingly trending toward smart homes and businesses, Igor has quickly made a name for itself as a leading player in the future of the agile, smart building industry. Now installed in over 27 countries, Nexos, delivers on the global market’s readiness to enter the IoT world. Nexos is a robust solution that supports a growing ecosystem of partners that deliver a diverse set of user needs, such as LED lighting, security and advanced digital building controls.
Igor’s flagship product, Nexos, is a PoE-based IoT smart building platform that incorporates the hardware, software, and cloud analytics components to form the digital building 'backbone' that delivers superior smart building network reliability, bandwidth and security. Combined with an open API and real-time platform engine, Nexos is truly a forward looking IoT smart building technology that seamlessly incorporates full lighting controls with easy integration to virtually any IoT device or smart building application available on the market.
About DesignLights Consortium
The DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) is a non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating the widespread adoption of high-performing commercial lighting solutions. The DLC promotes high-quality, energy-efficient lighting products in collaboration with utilities and energy efficiency program members, manufacturers, lighting designers, and federal, state, and local entities. Through these partnerships, the DLC establishes product quality specifications, facilitates thought leadership, and provides information, education, tools and technical expertise.