In this article published by BUILDING OPERATING MANAGEMENT, building owners and managers are introduced to networked lighting control and shown examples of what pulling data from the system can do to solve business problems.
The conversation around centralized networked lighting control is changing. While traditionally, lighting controls were touted and accepted as energy-saving solutions, saving energy is only part of the value proposition around today’s most advanced solutions. With new capabilities such as color control and data, the value proposition has expanded to include wellbeing, data that can be used to improve operations, and location-based services.
A challenge remains, however, which is translating these capabilities to one’s applications. What could be done with greater lighting control in my building? How is the system operated to save energy while deriving other benefits specific to my applications? How could the data be used to benefit my stakeholders?
To answer this question, let’s look at three theoretical applications.
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