Harvard launches new brand at LIGHTFAIR 2016 – Harvard Technology
Harvard, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions, will not only be showcasing its innovative lighting products EyeNut, LeafNut and LED Solutions, at LIGHTFAIR 2016 in San Diego, but will also be unveiling an exciting new brand – Harvard Technology.
For more than 20 years Harvard Technology has been at the leading edge of the lighting industry, consistently bringing new products to market. The company plans to remain in the vanguard and has undertaken an evolutionary review, resulting in the launch of a new brand that not only represents the company’s intentions, but also will allow it to move forward and embrace the opportunities that present themselves in a world of technological advancements that include the Internet of Things (IoT).
Paul Hussey CEO of Harvard Technology said, “Our brand evolution from Harvard, to Harvard Technology is a positive and exciting step forward for us. During the last six months the management team has evaluated our core values to strengthen our position within the marketplace. The new brand epitomises everything we represent; a forward thinking, technology focused manufacturing company, that continues to be at the forefront of an advancing wirelessly connected world.”
LIGHTFAIR Harvard Technology will be giving demonstrations of its award-winning, wireless control, monitoring management solution for interior lighting, EyeNut. Allowing users to commission, configure and control their own lighting, via an online interface accessed via a computer, laptop, tablet or even smartphone, EyeNut can provide energy savings and reduce carbon emissions.
Also on display on Booth – #1125 will be LeafNut, a revolutionary wireless control system, which enables municipalities and organizations to proactively manage outdoor lighting. The multi award winning solution allows users with the ability to make substantial savings by reducing carbon emission and lowering energy usage.
The LeafNut system uses a Central Management System (CMS) to remotely manage and control the output of individual lighting points, using a combination of GPRS and radio frequency. To date, LeafNut has been successfully installed by over 100 organizations across the world and is implemented to realize significant cost savings and reductions in carbon emissions.
Visitors to Harvard Technology’s stand will also be able to see the company’s industry leading LED Solutions. Harvard’s LED Solutions offering combines the company’s leading LED ranges – CoolLED drivers and LEDeng light engines, alongside the Custom LED design and placement service – to deliver integrated LED Solutions that provide opportunities to expand lighting boundaries.
Antony Corrie, President of Worldwide Sales at Harvard Technology, commented, “We are really excited to be launching our new brand at LIGHTFAIR, which this year is being held in our US home town. Since launching LeafNut nearly ten years ago, we have been regularly evolving our capabilities around the Internet of Things (IoT), developing lighting technologies and solutions that connect and communicate wirelessly over the Internet. LeafNut was one of the first proven technologies in the ‘Smart Cities’ evolution and has already been installed by over 100 municipalities across the world including Westminster in London.
To book an appointment with the Harvard Technology sales team at the show, please email USsales@HarvardEng.com