What does
GEM Link® Wireless do?

GEM Link® Wireless helps control energy costs in any location
with rooms that remain unoccupied for long periods of time.

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Hospitality

GEM Link® Wireless was designed primarily for the Hospitality industry. GEM Link® provides hotel owners and management companies with an effective, reliable, and versatile resource to reduce energy expense while maintaining exceptional guest comfort.

Heating and cooling are typically the largest guest room expense, consuming 85% of room energy. However, guests are usually out of their rooms 65% of the day while the HVAC units continue to run unabated.

GEM Link® Wireless enables management to reduce wasteful energy consumption 35-45% by returning room temperature to more energy conserving levels while rooms are physically unoccupied. When guests return to their rooms, room temperature quickly returns to the guest’s previous setting. Guests have full control over the environment while in the room, therefore not compromising comfort.

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  • "With this newly implemented technology, The Hotel @ Times Square stands tall as an environmentally conscious property while actively reducing the hotel's carbon footprint."

    Vijay Dandapani

    Vijay Dandapani

    President, Apple Core Hotels
  • Everyone at Give Kids The World is committed to utilizing our resources in a responsible manner, as well as always seeking cost savings. Lodging Technology has provided us with an energy efficient, green alternative to our current system, and we are excited to install this technology in our villas.

    Michael Bausman

    Michael Bausman

    Facilities Director, Give Kids The World Learn More About GKTW
  • The financial justification was simple. I was able to utilize all of my existing PTAC brands and lease the entire system while maintaining a positive cash flow... The lease payments were lower than the monthly energy savings.

    Marshall Fried

    Marshall Fried

    Owner/Operator, Rodeway Inn
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Assisted Living / Condo Timeshare

Assisted Living Facilities – also known as residential care, adult congregate care, or domiciliary care – provide residences for elderly persons who can no longer live on their own. Often, residents spend a large portion of their days in common areas or traveling to various locations for errands, sightseeing, or field trips. Resident rooms are often empty most of the day.

Condo and Timeshare properties rented as vacation getaways are known to have exceptionally high energy expenses. Guests often set heating and air conditioning units to maximum temperatures while they are away most of the day sightseeing or visiting attractions. GEM Link® Wireless helps owners maintain control of energy expenses by keeping the environment at more energy conserving, but comfortable levels while guests are away.

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  • Energy efficiency is our most cost effective approach to reducing our environmental impact while lowering our operational costs... Lodging Technology was selected based on maintenance, environmental impact, and our overall return on investment.

    Felix Wang

    Felix Wang

    Owner/Operator, Best Western Thousand Oaks Inn
  • Thank you for providing Sand Dollar Estate with an efficient, Eco-friendly, and easy to maintain solution to the high energy costs here in the US Virgin Islands... Our Energy bills have been reduced dramatically since we began using the GEM Link® system.

    Stephen Levine

    Stephen Levine

    Owner, Sand Dollar Estate - St. Thomas
 
Syracuse

College Dorms / Military Lodging

Schools, Colleges, and Universities in the US use an average of 18.9 kilowatt-hours (kWh) per square foot of electricity annually. Heating, Cooling, and Lighting are the largest consumers of electricity in these facilities. Students spend a large part of their day in class, at the library, or in the computer lab while their dorm rooms remain empty. They often take road trips or go home for the weekends, leaving the thermostat at extreme settings.

Military lodging facilities, including dependent housing, are often vacant throughout much of the day (or night) while military personnel are attending classes, performing job duties, or maintaining physical training.

 

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