Legrand India poised to become part of the USD 15 billion IOT market in India

Rising consumer expectations are driving the rapid growth of the IoT market in India – so it’s no surprise that Legrand India, a global leader in electrical and digital building infrastructure, has rolled out its IoT programme for the Indian market. ELIOT (Electricity + Internet of Things) is a programme that aims to inject the power of communications, advances in connectivity and intelligence in the building environment and enhance value of the connected products to improve user experiences. Designed to provide a new dimension for connecting lives, ELIOT is based on interoperability and connected solutions which are device agnostic.

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, and Energy Distribution.

ELIOT 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.

At the launch of the ELIOT programme, Jean Charles Thuard, CEO & MD, Legrand India said, “India is at the cusp of technological advancements and it’s the right time for IoT to become mainstream. ELIOT is a great way to establish dialogues with the new-age products.”

Sameer Saxena, director – Marketing, Legrand India added, “India has the ecosystem in place for connected devices. Internet penetration is at its peak, people have befriended technology…and demand for voice-controlled devices (Alexa, Google, etc.) is strong.”

 

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