Make your building smarter through optimized lighting, building automation, and Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Converge standalone building systems into one IP platform.
They’re easy to use and install with simple Power over Ethernet (PoE) deployments and an intuitive mobile app for configuration.
Advanced security features provide comprehensive threat intelligence and defense by using the network as a sensor and enforcer.
Save on energy and operating expenses to meet environmental-protection standards.
A digital building combines innovations in smart Internet of Things ( IoT) devices and sensors with Cisco PoE and Universal Power over Ethernet products. Save on energy costs and enhance flexibility, safety, and productivity. The Cisco Catalyst Digital Building Series switches are designed for smart buildings and optimized for low-voltage.
Lighting creates an initial layer of IP-connected (light) endpoints in the ceiling.
Our partners provide building automation technology, controls and equipment to integrate HVAC, communications, and security systems at the infrastructure level.
These are the essential parts you need to converge separate networks, such as cabling to support Power over Ethernet.
Our independent software vendors offer innovative applications you can choose to deploy, adding value to your digital building investment.
A Marriott Hotel offers travelers an enhanced experience and gains real-time analytics.
Cisco helps building technology provider Alpiq InTec to create a new Enterprise IoT platform.
Merge lighting, air, physical security, and other networks onto a single IP network.
Room temperature, and light color and intensity settings follow workers to their spaces.
Workers can customize room temperature and light settings in their spaces.
Sensors help analyze traffic patterns, use of space, and occupancy rate in real time.
Fifty percent of respondents report being dissatisfied with their office temperature.
Seventy percent of new commercial building lighting installations will implement smart lighting.
Building sensor deployment will increase threefold by 2025.