National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) President and CEO Kevin J. Cosgriff released a statement on the Senate Infrastructure Legislation.
GE Current, a Daintree company, recently introduced the all-new Daintree® Controls Software (DCS). This web-based application empowers users to monitor, troubleshoot, and report on the energy performance of indoor, outdoor, and industrial spaces from a single application.
Adoption of networked intelligent lighting control systems is uncertain, with some in the professional lighting community very positive, while others see it as not ready for prime time for themselves or their clients. Putting whether is a problem in definition aside, the question of where networked control is winning or losing is worthy to explore. […]
The National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) recently announced that Debra Phillips will be the next President and CEO of NEMA.
GE Current, a Daintree company, recently introduced a selection of its industry-leading fixtures from the Albeo® High Bay portfolio that are available to order with Daintree® EZ Connect controls pre-installed. The combination makes the potential of intelligent environments, including easier code compliance and greater efficiency, more accessible to warehouse and industrial facilities.
With the rate and impact of ransomware attacks increasing, cybersecurity for critical infrastructure is a national priority. Power management company Eaton and global safety science leader UL are helping professionals address risks to healthcare environments in the latest Cybersecurity Perspectives virtual education session.
EiKO fixtures with the Z10 Receptacle provide controls capability in seconds by delivering a quick route to add a wide array of control devices to luminaires.
In this blog post at Cooper Lighting Solution’s website, Soroush Amidi, Director, Product Management walks you through the cybersecurity standards affecting implementation of intelligent lighting controls and smart buildings.
BetterBricks recently published a video demonstrating the utility of luminaire-level lighting controls installed at the Pacific Tower, a historic building in Seattle.
This month, we explore a robust lighting controls installation at the Ford Foundation in New York City.