Michael Siminovitch of the CLTC was recently interviewed for the Echelon blog about adaptive lighting. He says:
“We asked, could we dynamically address the lighting according to need, and to do it in a way that preserves safety and security and aesthetics? This isn’t just about turning off the lights. It’s the idea of reducing lighting levels during periods of low activity to save energy, while adjusting lighting dynamically to maintain and accentuate safety.”
Click here to read the interview.