Despite the potential benefits and variety of conditions that tunable lighting systems can provide, research documenting occupant preference in healthcare settings is sparse. Recently, researchers at PNNL and Georgia Institute of Technology’s SimTigrate Design Lab partnered on a study of patient preference for tunable light.
LightNOW’s David Shiller recently interviewed John Arthur Wilson, a lighting control and utility rebate consultant, about his 2021 market research into wireless lighting controls.
Join the Seattle-based Smart Buildings Center for the free 2022 Smart Buildings Exchange (SBX) to be held virtually and in-person August 22-24, 2022.
In an article recently published in SMART BUILDINGS TECHNOLOGY, LightSPEC Director Clifton Stanley Lemon talks to industry experts about intelligent buildings are the future, while taking a look at current issues with integrating smart building controls.
Current™ (formerly GE Current, a Daintree Company) has unveiled a new brand identity following the acquisition of Hubbell’s Commercial & Industrial (C&I) Lighting business. The enterprise brand unites the companies under a single identity.
Many designers, manufacturers, and contractors are resisting change, Marsh notes in his column, and it appears as though we are headed towards a third paradigm shift that will sustain those who adapt and eliminate those who don’t.
Synapse Wireless, Inc., a member of the McWane family of companies, recently expanded its sports lighting solution with advanced Dynamic Effects and an all-in-one cellular service plan for remote connectivity.
In this episode of Get a Grip on Lighting’s Conversation series about lighting controls hosted by C. Webster Marsh and Ron Kuszmar, they talk to lighting designer Javid Butler, LC, CEM, CMVP about his background in theatrical lighting before transitioning into architecture lighting, and the technological evolution of lighting controls into the digital age.
This month, we explore a detailed lighting control solution installed at Brookhaven Service Center in Brookhaven, NY.
SensorSwitch™ recently announced its Just One Touch (JOT) wireless solution is now listed on the DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) Qualified Products List under the category of Networked Lighting Control Systems. JOT enables single touch pairing of JOT enabled controls, luminaires, and other lighting controls capabilities without the need for 0-10V dimming wires, mobile apps, or additional software.