Keyword: Inncom by Honeywell
Spectre extends occupancy detection to guestroom lights and outlets to conserve energy while also offering welcoming lights when a guest enters the room.
Guests at the new 127-room Aloft Dublin-Pleasanton (Calif.) may use Alexa voice controls or guestroom tablets to set room temperature and control lighting.
The e7’s system builds on Honeywell’s energy-control experience and is updated with the latest technology, a modern look and a simple-to-use interface.
Today’s energy-management systems use occupancy sensors and sophisticated software to completely automate the task.
Hotels can fully integrate energy management, safety and security systems, property management and brand network operations.
Guests have been in control of their room's environment since the hotel added Intelity ICEbedside tablets in each guestroom,.
The San Francisco hotel's 159 rooms now are equipped with VingCard Essence door locks, which feature mobile access compatibility.
The Inncom e7 incorporates Amazon Alexa so guests can control room temperature, lighting, drapery and amenities services by voice.
Artificial intelligence can greatly help hotels manage their energy costs by automating tasks that traditionally were performed by property staff.
The energy experts have suggestions for hoteliers on how to save on energy consumption.