DAVIS, CA -- The ZigBee Alliance, a non-profit association of companies that create, maintain and deliver open, global standards for the low-power, wireless, Internet of Things (IoT), has announced that Leedarson, a lighting controls and smart home systems provider, has joined the ZigBee Alliance at the Promoter level and accepted a seat on its Board of Directors.
Leedarson is the 16th board member and one of many recent additions to the ZigBee Alliance, as innovative companies around the world pledge support for organizations driving open ecosystems and standards for the Internet of Things (IoT).
Headquartered in Xiamen, China, Leedarson is a provider of lighting solutions, security and intelligent lighting control, sensing and communication systems.
“This is a crucial time as the relevant wireless standards emerge as vital to proliferation of the IoT market,” said Kellen Yang, Sales Director from Leedarson. “Our organization is eager to help advance ZigBee standards as the open global choice in green, connected lighting technology. We look forward to continuing to champion 3.0 as the most important common language between intelligent devices, as lighting is a springboard for this important movement.”
“Leedarson brings significant worldwide reach and scale to the connected lighting market – a category that will propel the smart home past the early adopter phase and into mass adoption,” said Tobin Richardson, ZigBee Alliance President and CEO. “Welcoming Leedarson at the Board level is very noteworthy as the top players in residential, commercial and industrial lighting gather under the ZigBee umbrella to collaborate and drive interoperability to make the IoT meaningful in everyday life.”
For more information about the ZigBee Alliance, go to www.zigbee.org.