Spot On Networks Introduces WiFiPlus+ for Building Automation

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  • Spot On Networks
  • Wireless
NEW HAVEN, CT - Wireless service provider Spot On Networks announced the launch of its new service, WiFiPlus+, which combines fully managed and monitored Wi-Fi networks with wireless energy management, building automation and security monitoring for the multifamily, hospitality and commercial industries.

The fully managed Wi-Fi backbone allows properties to offer a Wi-Fi Internet amenity without having to manage Internet service, worry about bandwidth or offer customer support. In addition, the Wi-Fi backbone allows for wireless energy management, building automation and security monitoring, replacing the need for more expensive wired systems. A building can also reduce utility costs by up to 25 percent by implementing an energy management system - often allowing an owner to offer Wi-Fi amenities for free.

Energy management allows properties to remotely monitor their energy usage, pinpoint areas of high usage and control HVAC via mobile device applications. With building automation, property managers or individual guests or residents can control thermostats, appliances, A/V equipment, lighting, blinds and more. Security monitoring allows remote video monitoring of entire properties or individual residences via mobile applications. These three Wi-Fi applications can be implemented at significantly less cost than wired systems, according to Spot On, which installs Wi-Fi backbones in both new and existing buildings.

Spot On recently deployed a WiFiPlus+ system in New York City at Rudin Management’s 130 West 12th Street apartment homes. “Providing energy monitoring and control functions in our buildings helps to engage the condominium owner, reduce carbon footprint, honor our corporate responsibility to the city in which we live, and do well by doing good,” says John J. Gilbert III, Rudin’s chief operating officer. He adds, “These advanced technology systems and services that benefit condominium owners, including energy management and wireless services, will eventually be like the elevators required in a high-rise building.”

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