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.

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.

Welcome to CytexOne Hospitality, the World’s First Smart Hotel Business

We are pleased to announce the formation of CytexOne Hospitality LLC, the first and only company dedicated to creating and managing smart hotel environments. And we had a few very kind words from 451 Research’s Brian Partridge:

“Given its years of experience, CytexOne is a great example of a company on the pioneering side of the IoT curve. While IoT will have a role to play in several industries, we anticipate demand will be particularly strong in the hospitality segment. Resorts and hotels can use IoT systems to enhance guest experiences while also reducing their overall energy costs which is a recipe for compelling ROI.”

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Press Coverage: Hampton’s Magazine – Bankers Buck the Boardroom, Do Business on the Beach

From a story printed August 24, 2012: Sagg Main beach, Monday, 7 AM. Amid the joggers and dog walkers taking advantage of the quiet are what looks (from a distance at least) like people absorbed in very serious reading. The text in question must be weighty given the concentration on their faces (e.g., furrowed brows despite the Botox). One might even conclude they were praying.

They’re not. Upon closer examination, it’s not a well-worn novel you see in their hands but an iPad, BlackBerry, or iPhone. And what is it they’re reading? The latest Bloomberg feeds, of course. A morning stroll before the US stock markets open at 9:30 am is the ideal moment to catch up on financial news and prepare for a day of trading—by the pool. Dan Levine, CEO of CytexOne, a top technology company with headquarters in Manhattan that caters to a broad range of customers, including NYC-based bankers and Hollywood stars with Hamptons homes, says technology is now so effective that a banker could, on occasion, go missing from the office for a week and no one would notice. “You can now transfer work calls from your mobile using the office system,” he says. “Your PA might never figure out that you were on the beach.”