Office Automation Solution

Cosmicnode's Occupancy and Daylight harvesting uses the photo sensor to measure the amount of light intensity both from natural and artificial light sources in the environment. The closed Ioop algorithm uses measured light level to adjust for expected LUX output.

The Daylight harvesting feature can save an additional 5% to 20% of energy consumption in buildings.


Cosmicnode’s Occupancy sensing provides multi-level lighting controls. Based on occupancy, the luminaries will turn ON or dim. When the space is vacant, lights will dim and then go OFF, after the pre-defined stand-by time. This results in 30% to 40% energy savings.

This is addressed using PIR or high frequency microwave sensors.



Light Scheduling

Set up schedules of operation for the lighting systems so that energy savings can be realized when the building or spaces in the building are unoccupied. This reduces lamp runtime and power output resulting in energy savings, extended lamp life, and reduced maintenance cycle time.

Sensor Controls

Get near real-time view of critical parameters like PIR, Occupancy, Temperature, Humidity, Co2 and other sensors.

Energy Use Monitoring

Monitor energy usage in real-time across the building in different zones. Sending alarms via email to alert building managers or technicians of developing problems and system failures.

Integration with BMS

Integration with other control systems at the hardware and software levels. Support Modbus over TCP/IP or RS485. Multiple loT protocols eg. HTTPS, MQTT, etc.


The Work We Do and the People We Help

Smart Lighting Solution for Office Space Of a Multinational Company In Bangalore, India

Customer Requirement

  • Standalone smart lighting solution 210 lamps in a single network for an office space of 35,000 square feet
  • Daylight Harvesting
  • Lights should be grouped in specific zones
  • Reduced energy usage
  • Control lamps using a local mobile or web application

15-18% reduction in energy

Improvement in Employee
Health and Wellness

Helped end customers achieve sustainability goals
- reduction of carbon footprint

Cosmicnode Solution

  • Standalone web application deployed for control and monitoring of lamps locally.
  • Onsite and offsite commissioning of lamps using a simple and intuitive iPad app.
  • Grouping of lamps into multiple zones like meeting rooms, work desks, and common areas.
  • Our closed-loop system automatically infers the window orientation and the cloudiness levels of the current sky to predict incoming daylight and set the optimal light levels in the office space.
  • Lighting calendars/schedulers configured as per customer requirement.


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Quality of Service(QoS)

The best-in-class Quality of Service (QoS) – bandwidth and latency for a wireless mesh network depends on the specific application. Cosmicnode wireless mesh network designed for high-performance applications such as real-time control and monitoring.

Over-the-Air (OTA) firmware update

supports device Over-the-Air (OTA) firmware updates over the mesh network. This means that firmware updates can be pushed to all devices on the network without the need to manually update each device individually. OTA can be performed even if some of the devices on the network are offline.

Bi-directional communication

Near real-time bidirectional communication is a type of communication that allows data to be transmitted and received in both directions with minimal latency. This makes it ideal for applications where it is important to have a quick response time, such as real-time control and monitoring.

Efficiency & Collision Avoidance

Cosmicnode wireless mesh network uses a proprietary routing algorithm designed for efficiency and collision avoidance. This algorithm is based on a number of factors, including the distance between nodes, the quality of the links between nodes, and the current traffic load on the network. It is designed to find the most efficient path for data packets to travel. 

No Single Point of Failure

All mesh nodes in a network can communicate with each other directly, without the need for a central bridge or coordinator. This decentralized communication structure makes mesh networks highly resilient to failures and capable of scaling to large numbers of nodes. Every mesh node can be configured as a transmitter and a receiver, and can forward data packets to other nodes in the network.

Lowest single hop latency

Cosmicnode wireless mesh network has a single hop latency of 15ms. This is the time it takes for a data packet to travel from one mesh node to another. This is a very low latency, which makes Cosmicnode ideal for applications such as real-time control and monitoring.
  •   Efficient routing algorithms: Cosmicnode uses efficient routing algorithms to quickly find the best path for data packets to travel.
  •   Adaptive channel selection: Cosmicnode uses adaptive channel selection to choose the best channel for data transmission based on current conditions.

Highly reliable and scalable

A distributed, highly reliable, scalable, and bidirectional wireless mesh network is a type of network that is designed to be resilient to failures and to be able to handle a large number of devices. It is also designed to be able to communicate in both directions, which makes it ideal for applications such as real-time control and monitoring.

Multi Radio Technology BLE and 2.4GHz

Cosmicnode wireless mesh network uses BLE and 2.4GHz in a complementary way. BLE is used for low-power communication and mesh networking, while 2.4GHz is used for high-bandwidth communication. This combination of technologies allows the Cosmicnode wireless mesh network to provide a highly reliable, low latency, and scalable solution for a wide range of applications. BLE BLE is a low-power wireless technology that is well-suited for wireless mesh networks. BLE has a number of advantages for mesh networks, including:
  •  Low power consumption: BLE devices consume very little power, which is important for mesh networks where devices may be battery powered.
  •  Short-to-mid range: BLE devices can have a range of up to 100 meters in ideal conditions. This makes BLE suitable for mesh networks where devices may be spread out over a large area.
  •  Mesh networking support: BLE supports mesh networking out of the box, making it easy to create mesh networks with BLE devices.  
2.4GHz 2.4GHz is a high-bandwidth wireless technology that is well-suited for applications that require high data throughput. 2.4GHz has a number of advantages for mesh networks, including: High bandwidth: 2.4GHz devices can support data rates of up to 250 kbps. This makes 2.4GHz suitable for mesh networks where devices need to transfer large amounts of data, such as real-time video or audio. Long range: 2.4GHz devices can have a range of up to 1000 meters in ideal conditions. This makes 2.4GHz suitable for mesh networks where devices may be spread out over a large area.

System Integrators and Installers

Cosmicnode lighting control system is easy to install and commission. Integration with wide range of lighting control products and accessories from different manufacturers and vendors. Offer third party integration API’s and gateways (supported protocols Modbus, SDDP, MQTT, Rest API). Mobile app SDK for custom app development or integration to existing app eco-system.