BuLogics Demonstrates OpenADR 2.0 At Grid-Interop In Irving, Texas

IRVING, TX, December 7, 2012 – BuLogics, Inc. presented a white paper mapping OpenARD2.0a signals to Z-Wave energy control signals as well as demonstrated their OpenADR2.0 / Z-Wave demand response system for multi-dwelling units at the SGIP Grid Interp event held this week in Dallas, Texas.  BuLogics provides complete building control, automation and energy management solutions including implementing utility demand response programs using a verity of technologies including OpenADR, Smart Energy Profile and Z-Wave Control.  BuLogics specializes in  commercial wireless automation ecosystems, particularly retro-fit multi-dwelling apartment units, hospitality and industrial buildings.

Z-Wave Alliance Chairman Mark Walters stated,  “We invited  BuLogics to join the Alliance at the Gird Interop Plug-In event not only because they have proven their ability to provide real-world solutions in multiple installations over the past few years but also because we knew they’d be able to iterate rapidly and incorporate the additional features the new OpenADR2.0a standard has to offer and provide a solid live demonstration of these features at the Plug-In event.  We were pleased to see their solution receive OpenADR2.0a signals from an Akuacom DRAS, act on these signals using Z-Wave RF control to provide energy curtailment throughout a simulated multi-dwelling unit and to sub-meter and report the actual savings back to the DRAS using the OpenADR channel.”

In addition to the demonstration, BuLogics also presented a white paper outlining methods of integration between the OpenADR and wireless devices in the Z-Wave ecosystem.  “We are always on the lookout for new opportunities to prove that energy efficiency is viable at mass market.  This is not a Beta situation any longer.  The best way to start saving energy and thereby money, as much as 30% in some situations, is to begin implementing the technology now,” stated CTO Ryan Buchert.

About OpenADR

The OpenADR Alliance fosters the development, adoption, and compliance of the Open Automated Demand Response (OpenADR) standard through collaboration, education, training, testing, and certification. The OpenADR Alliance is open to all interested stakeholders interested in accelerating the adoption of the OpenADR standard for price- and reliability-based demand response. More information can be obtained at http://www.openadr.org/

About the Z-Wave Alliance

Established in 2005, the Z-Wave Alliance is an open consortium of  leading companies worldwide dedicated to delivering affordable, reliable easy-to-use, wireless home control products and services.  With more than 700 interoperable products certified and over 160 members, the Alliance represents the largest ecosystem of wireless control products in existence and the global, brand-recognized companies that bring these products and services to market.   The Alliance supports its members with marketing, networking, technical forums, training, best practices, test and certification tools and a complete interoperability lab. For more information about the Alliance and how to join it, please email info@z-wavealliance.org or visit www.z-wavealliance.org.

About BuLogics, Inc.

BuLogics designs wireless automation solutions for commercial markets, including hospitality, multi-dwelling units, industrial, and others. Using proprietary code libraries and associated methodologies, BuLogics develops and licenses custom software as well as technology platforms that support large commercial retrofits and installations. For more information please go to www.BuLogics.com.

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