HospitalityNet – IoT’s impact on RevPAR

IoT’s impact on RevPAR

By Dan Levine, CEO, Cytexone

 

The hospitality market is as competitive as ever, as a stronger economy means that heady consumers and business travelers are looking for the greatest experience at hotels and resorts. These guests want excitement and customized amenities driven by reliable technology to go along with a comfortable bed to sleep in at night.

CytexOne Leverages Control4 Solutions To Bring The Benefits Of IoT And Smart Home Technologies To Hotels And Smart Buildings

The smart buildings market featuring the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to reach $181B in 2020, * driven by installations of automated lighting, fire detection, physical security, and HVAC systems.

The smart buildings market featuring the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to reach $181B in 2020, * driven by installations of automated lighting, fire detection, physical security, and HVAC systems. To make the vision a reality, CytexOne, creators of intelligent, connected environments is partnering with Control4 Corporation (NASDAQ:CTRL), a leading global provider of smart home solutions, to deliver smart hotels and smart buildings of the future in the New York Region.

CytexOne Hospitality takes a best of breed approach for custom installations, only selecting the most comprehensive, reliable and versatile products required for use in hotels, which see heavy occupancy rates. Control4 smart home and hospitality solutions enable facility staff to wirelessly control and automate lighting, entertainment systems, security, surveillance, and climate control systems in buildings. These solutions offer occupants and guests a personalized and easy to operate atmosphere while also offering improved energy efficiency and management, increased staff efficiencies and proactive monitoring of systems.

Press Release: CytexOne Leverages Control4 Solutions to Bring the Benefits of IoT and Smart Home Technologies to Hotels and Smart Buildings

NEW YORK—Dec 9 2015 — The smart buildings market featuring the Internet of Things (IoT) is predicted to reach $181B in 2020,* driven by installations of automated lighting, fire detection, physical security, and HVAC systems. To make the vision a reality, CytexOne, creators of intelligent, connected environments is partnering with Control4 Corporation (NASDAQ:CTRL), a leading global provider of smart home solutions, to deliver smart hotels and smart buildings of the future in the New York Region.

VARGuy Case Study – CytexOne and the William Vale Hotel

The VAR Guy – Wednesday Sept. 17, 2015

Story by Jeff O’Heir (@jeffoheir)

When The William Vale hotel in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn opens its doors early next year, guests not only will be staying at one of the biggest hotels in the borough’s hippest neighborhood, they’ll be staying in one of the most connected.

CytexOne Hospitality, a division of New York City-based integrator CytexOne Technology, is putting the finishing touches on the Wythe Avenue hotel’s automation, control and energy-savings platform, which features connected sensors, HVAC, lighting, thermostats, blinds, locks and room service solutions in each of the 183 guests rooms (including 25 suites)…
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The William Vale Connects with CytexOne to Fully Automate Smart Hotel

story by Hospitality Technology
The William Vale, a 21-story luxury hotel development rising in Brooklyn’s affluent Williamsburg neighborhood and set to open in early 2016, selected CytexOne, creators of intelligent, connected environments, to provide full-service smart hotel and building automation for the property. As part of the agreement, CytexOne Hospitality, a full-service division dedicated to providing integrated infrastructure to hotels around the world, will deploy a technology automation and energy savings platform that is intended to substantially reduce The William Vale’s annual energy costs.CytexOne will be planning, designing and deploying a full-scale energy automation system to power the hotel’s control system, which manages and monitors all connected devices in guest rooms and suites, including:

Press Release: The William Vale Taps CytexOne to Fully Automate Marquee Smart Hotel

Boutique hotel selects smart hotel technology expert to deliver smart hotel automation, energy savings and convenience

The William Vale, a 21-story luxury hotel development rising in Brooklyn’s affluent Williamsburg neighborhood, today announced it has selected CytexOne, creators of intelligent, connected environments, to provide full-service smart hotel and building automation for its property located at 55 Wythe Avenue in Brooklyn, New York. As part of the agreement, CytexOne Hospitality, a full-service division dedicated to providing integrated platforms and infrastructure to hotels around the world, will deploy a technology automation and energy savings platform that will likely substantially reduce The William Vale’s annual energy costs.

IT Best of Breed: Hospitality Sector ‘The Perfect IoT Environment’ according to CytexOne

By Mark Haranas, editor CRN and Best of Breed (BOB) editor

Internet of Things specialist CytexOne is diving head first into the hospitality industry by forming its own CytexOne Hospitality full-service division to capitalize on opportunities emerging in the IoT market.

CytexOne, which been working in IoT for over a decade, says the new division provides integrated platforms and infrastructure to hotels around the globe while delivering “high-performance” IoT solutions for hospitality organizations, according to CEO Dan Levine.

IoT Evolution: The IoT Comes to Hospitality with First Smart Hotels

Written by Ken Briodagh

The Connected Home is becoming a thing of the present, and, thanks to a new project from CytexOne, so is the Connected Home-away-from-home.

CytexOne is a developer of intelligent, connected environments, and it has launched a new initiative called CytexOne Hospitality, which is said to be the first and only company dedicated to creating and managing smart hotel environments. The goal is to deploy IoT solutions for hospitality businesses that will improve staff productivity, guest comfort and building energy efficiency and security while maintaining a connected environment.