Echoflex Solutions, Inc.
Echoflex was incorporated in 2005 by founders Brian Aikens and Shawn Pedersen. Echoflex became one of the first companies in North America to develop products based on a revolutionary new wireless technology from Europe called EnOcean. EnOcean is a unique technology; integrating the harvesting and storing energy with low-power radio technologies.
Echoflex is a true leader in environmental stewardship in North America, developing innovative yet sustainable solutions, improving the facilities environment and saving energy by creating products integrating EnOcean’s technology.
Echoflex was founded on an enduring connection to the land and the community where we are based.A small coastal community on Canada’s West Coast, Squamish is nestled at the north end of Howe Sound where the Pacific Ocean meets the Mountains.As the “Outdoor Recreation Capital of Canada”, Squamish is a mecca for outdoor culture and recreation. Our surroundings inspire us and remind us daily how important our natural resources are.
It is our green philosophy and our innovative engineering solutions to harvest energy that have become the core values of our company.
As a recognized leader in North America in terms of sustainable, integratable control and lighting products, Echoflex is committed to both flexibility and functional initiatives. Our products are developed for the commercial building automation market with specific focus on lighting and HVAC controls.
Echoflex has the engineering expertise and the production capabilities to mange any project specification. Your concept combined with our engineering and established building block applications are the surest way to a successful integration.
Echoflex develops automation solutions with energy conservation as a primary focus. To save energy, power that is being consumed today must be turned off when it is not needed. To achieve this goal efficiently and without physically turning off controls, automation must take a role in the process. The automation solutions that Echoflex develops are based on a distributed control model. Through distributing the control elements room by room or circuit by circuit, the density of the control mesh created increases making it more efficient in its goal and improving energy savings.