Silvair (formerly known as Seed Labs), a wireless connectivity provider for a variety of lighting applications, introduces the first products featuring the Silvair Bluetooth Mesh technology that will provide freedom for smart home configuration.

“Having lamps from Girard Sudron and wireless switches from NodOn working together within the same technology is the best example of the interoperability the world of IoT has been waiting for. It simply works, with no hubs or gateways in between,” said Rafal Han, CEO at Silvair.

Mesh technology enables seamless and effective communication between different products even in a network with thousands of nodes. Using the Silvair app, customers are able to configure battery operated switches that control dimmable LED lamps. This creates a smart home environment which provides end users with unprecedented comfort and freedom in managing their connected spaces.

Silvair Bluetooth Mesh will be fully compatible via software update with the Bluetooth mesh standard to be released in Q2 2016.

“Our goal is to deliver the best possible experience to our customers. We care about their comfort so it was crucial for us that our products can talk to each other and interoperate. We’re happy to become part of the Silvair ecosystem,” commented Thomas Gauthier, CEO at NodOn.

A set of 2 LED lamps from Girard Sudron and a wireless switch from NodOn will be available first across Europe, with the products showing up on store shelves by the end of Q1, 2016.