According to a recent research report by the market research and strategy consulting firm, Graphical Research, Europe Smart Lighting Market share will surpass USD $9 billion by 2024.
“Luminaire-Level Lighting Controls” (LLLCs) – this relatively new term in the lighting controls industry indicates that every fixture controlled by a networked lighting control system (NLC) incorporates two specific things: 1) a “controller”, and 2) sensors. This article by Steve Mesh describes the utility and application of this control approach, which is starting to be adopted by model energy codes.
McGuire Engineers’ John Yoon, PE, LEED AP ID+C recently contributed an article to CONSULTING-SPECIFYING ENGINEER citing 10 reasons why lighting controls commissioning may fail. It’s an excellent piece with plenty of helpful observations and guidance.
LUX Magazine recently published an article making a case that Bluetooth Mesh is positioned as a truly transformative protocol, enabling not only lighting control but capabilities far exceeding it.
This month, we will explore an innovative installation of lighting controls at Forward Medical SF, a healthcare facility in San Francisco.
School Planning & Management, along with its sister publication, College Planning & Management, created the annual New Product of the Year award program “to honor the outstanding product development achievements of manufacturers and suppliers whose products or services are considered particularly noteworthy in helping to improve the learning environment.” Hubbell Lighting recently announced that three of its products were selected for inclusion on 2018’s prestigious list.
This educational video, produced by the Lighting Controls Association at the 2018 LIGHTFAIR event, introduces the building industry to Eaton’s LumaWatt Pro Wireless Connected Lighting Control System, powered by Enlighted.
The concept of “human centric lighting” is about creating more comfortable and productive work environments for people, and may also make for healthier bottom lines, according to an invitation-only roundtable of experts at the “Human Centric Lighting Roundtable” organized by Lutron Electronics.
Leviton Lighting now offers its customers the ability to wirelessly control next generation lighting with the addition of its smart Intellect™ brand. Intellect is Leviton Lighting’s fifth brand to join its growing global portfolio along with its other existing brands Birchwood, ConTech, Intense, and JCC. Intellect is offered as a Controls Platform to support Leviton Lighting’s growing smart-ware and Internet of Things (IOT) functionality via the Leviton Cloud.
Current by GE recently announced two lighting controls products that are now commercially available.